Action Alert | Act Now for DREAMer Ueen Joung (Cindy) Chang!

 

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!

  1. Sign the petition at http://chn.ge/GSEK8b
  2. Call ICE now and demand that they release Cindy from detention. Leave a message if forwarded to voicemail.

    DHS head Janet Napolitano202-282-8495
    ICE head John Morton202-732-3000
    ICE field office director Katrina Kane602-766-7028

    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.”

  3. ‘Like’ the Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/freecindy

  4. 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 (anoopp@asianlawcaucus.org | 415-848-7722), Karen Ng, Community Advocate – Immigration at the Asian Law Caucus (karenn@asianlawcaucus.org | 415-896-1701 x116) or Joyce Yin, Program Associate at NAKASEC (jyin@nakasec.org | 202-299-9540).