Thousands in USA conducting Rallys, planning for Ralllys accrods various Cities in United States of America to support upcoming ‘Comprehensive Immigration Reform(CIR)’ bill which is expected to be introduced in Senate next week.
Rallys accross USA Supporting CIR
MIAMI (CBSMiami) – On Saturday, thousands of South Floridians marched to “Say Yes” to a new immigration system, one that proponents tout as a real and inclusive path to citizenship for 11 million aspiring Americans.
BOSTON: Hundreds of immigrants and their supporters rallied in Boston on Saturday to pressure Congress for a comprehensive overhaul of immigration laws that would include a path to citizenship for the 11 million foreign-born citizens living in the United States illegally.
Organizers said about 800 immigrants, community activists, representatives of workers’ groups and political leaders rallied at Faneuil Hall. They marched to the nearby John F. Kennedy federal building that houses U.S. Immigration and Citizenship Services offices and the local immigration court.
NEWBURGH: Advocates for immigrants’ rights plan to rally Wednesday in Newburgh and march to the local office of Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney. Brenda Rosas, 23, a college graduate and undocumented immigrant, plans to join the march. She said her parents brought her to Newburgh from Mexico about 20 years ago. She has applied for deferred action — a temporary designation that would allow her to work legally in the country.
NASHUA, N.H. – New Hampshire supporters of immigration reform are rallying in Nashua to support a path to citizenship for millions of immigrants.
Immigration reform advocates were rallying late Saturday morning in front of Nashua City Hall before marching to the offices of Senators Jeanne Shaheen and Kelly Ayotte.
NORRISTOWN — Hundreds of people gathered in downtown Norristown Saturday morning for the “Time Is Now” Commonsense Immigration Reform Rally. Norristown Council members, police Chief Willie G. Richet and Pennsylvania Rep. Matt Bradford, D-70th Dist., also attended.