MEETING FOR FAMILIES OF THE UNDOCUMENTED IN DUBLIN, IRELAND:
Last night in San Franscisco, The Irish Lobby for Immigration Reform announced a nation-wide meeting in Ireland for families of the undocumented. The meeting is scheduled for Saturday, April 14, 2007 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at the Jury’s Ballsbridge Hotel in Dublin.
Parents, relatives and concerned friends of the undocumented Irish in America are urged to attend the information and support meeting and make their voices heard to Ireland's elected officials.
Irish who have been denied entry or re-entry to the United States based upon past immigration infractions are also urged to attend and share their stories.
This is an excellent forum for those who wish to lend their support but cannot travel to the United States.
Niall O' Dowd and other executives from Irish Lobby for Immigration Reform will be on hand to discuss the latest news about their efforts in America on behalf of the Irish undocumented and to organize support groups for the parents and families of the undocumented.
Please contact your family and friends in Ireland and encourage them to attend the meeting Irish Lobby for Immigration Reform meeting for families of the undocumented living in America.
The issue of the undocumented Irish in America impacts thousands of families across Ireland. A hall that can accommodate 800 people has been booked. Hopefully thousands of Irish citizens will make the journey to Dublin in support of their loved ones in America.