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Saturday, November 22, 2014
SEIU CA Rallies Push Legal Status for Remaining Illegal Aliens, Applaud
SEIU CA Rallies Push Legal Status for Remaining Illegal Aliens, Applaud Obama
by Michelle Moons
Nov 21, 2014 5:47 PM PT
SEIU celebratory rallies held across California continued throughout Friday taking names of those who don’t qualify under President Obama’s new and expanded legal status for millions of illegal aliens while heralding his iron fisted legal status declaration.
SEIU California announced 12 rallies throughout California, saying, “Community members who have fought for comprehensive immigration reform will join affected families, local elected officials, and legal experts for a news conference following today’s announcement that President Obama will take administrative action to move comprehensive immigration reform forward.”
One SEIU rally involved taking signatures from any who said they would not be included under the new and expanded executive order, presumptively remaining illegally present in the U.S.. A photo and description was posted to the SEIU California Twitter account reading, “Names of friends and family who won't benefit from ?#ImmigrationAction - but the Presidents 1st action helps millions.”
The powerful union also unveiled new website iAmerica.org. “iAmerica is for American immigrant families of all walks of life, providing tools and support to get informed, inspire change and impact America’s future,” reads the front page of the site. The site devotes a section to registering voters. Another section called, Make an Impact lists one of five actions as “Take another selfie” and “amplify the call for immigration reform.”
Watch parties and press conference scheduled around the country are also posted on iAmerica. The site even boasts a section on finding legal services throughout the country, pulling from a database in a joint project of the Immigration Advocates Network and Pro Bono Net. Television network Univision, RocktheVote, National Immigration Law Center and MiFamilia Vota Education Fund are just a few of the organization that have joined with SEIU in sponsoring iAmerica according to the website.