Ueen Joung (Cindy) Chang has been behind bars for twenty days after she was stopped at an immigration checkpoint in Arizona on her way to a friend’s wedding. Cindy is a DREAM Act eligible student who has been in the United States since she was seven, volunteers with the homeless, and serves as a Sunday school teacher at her church. She is facing imminent deportation to South Korea.
4 Things You Can do!
- Sign the petition at http://chn.ge/GSEK8b
- Call ICE now and demand that they release Cindy from detention. Leave a message if forwarded to voicemail.
DHS head Janet Napolitano: 202-282-8495
ICE head John Morton: 202-732-3000
ICE field office director Katrina Kane: 602-766-7028
Sample Script: “Hi, I am calling to ask that Ueen Joung Chang (A#073-547-961) be released from detention. She is a DREAM Act-eligible student and Sunday school teacher and has lived in the United States since she was seven. Please release her from detention.”
- ‘Like’ the Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/freecindy
- Help spread the word by forwarding this email, tweeting, and posting on Facebook
Sample tweet: Sign & Retweet! 4 things you can do for DREAMer, Ueen Joung (Cindy) Chang http://bit.ly/GXZo6g #aapi #p2 #dreamact
Sample Facebook post: Free Cindy! 4 things you can do for DREAMer, Ueen Joung (Cindy) Chang http://bit.ly/GXZo6g #aapi #p2 #dreamact
If you would like to get involved, please contact Anoop Prasad, Staff Attorney for Immigrant Rights at the Asian Law Caucus (firstname.lastname@example.org | 415-848-7722), Karen Ng, Community Advocate – Immigration at the Asian Law Caucus (email@example.com | 415-896-1701 x116) or Joyce Yin, Program Associate at NAKASEC (firstname.lastname@example.org | 202-299-9540).