Stay on Order of Deportation Denied, Pastor and Husband to be Deported This Tuesday

MILWAUKEE – DHS communicated with attorneys for Pastor Betty and her husband that their petition for a stay on their order of deportation was denied and that they intend to move them to another detention center in Louisiana, then deport them this Tuesday. Pastory Betty’s family, Voces de la Frontera and allies are asking the […]

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Advocates and Faith Communities to Rally in Support of Pastor Betty Rendon and Carlos Hincapie

CHICAGO – Two weeks after Betty Rendón and Carlos Hincapié were arrested at their Chicago home as part of a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) operation that has destroyed their family, advocates and faith communities will rally in their support outside ICE’s Chicago office as the couple’s attorney requests a stay of removal. Pastor […]

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Pastor Betty Rendon online petition

Voces is asking supporters and members to sign and share with your networks this online petition in support of Pastor Betty Rendon and her husband Carlos Hincapie. This is an ongoing situation after an immigration raid on May 8th 2019 in which Pastor Betty, her husband, a relative, their daughter, and granddaughter were were all […]

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Pastor Betty Rendon needs your support

Voces de la Frontera invites organizations and leaders to write letters of support calling for the release of Pastor Betty Rendon and her family.  We were given an extension for organizations to send a letter by this Wednesday 05/22 at 5 p.m. The letter should be addressed to Louis Zamora, Acting Field Office Director, ICE. We […]

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Wisconsin Must Restore Driver Licenses & In-State Tuition for Immigrants through Standalone Legislation

Friday, May 10, 2019 MILWAUKEE – On Thursday afternoon, the Wisconsin state legislature’s Joint Finance Committee voted along party lines to remove many so-called “non-fiscal” provisions from Governor Evers’ proposed budget, including measures to restore access to driver licenses and in-state tuition at public colleges to immigrants in Wisconsin. All Republicans voted to removed licenses and in-state, […]

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Support the businesses & organizations that made Wisconsin’s May Day 2019 a success!

On May Day, we sent a powerful message to the Republican leaders in the state legislature: Wisconsin supports restoring driver licenses for immigrants! Thousands marched in Madison and over 200 businesses closed. This would not have been possible without the support of dozens of community organizations, unions, businesses, volunteers, and donors. Many, many thanks to all who […]

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Support these businesses that closed on May 1st!

This is the list of businesses that closed and joined the March of the 1st. of May in Madison. Thank you for your support and we invite the community to visit them and thank them for donating their day to everyone, and buy their products. If your business closed but is not on the list […]

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Don’t Deport Green Bay Grandpa Stopped for Driving Without a License!

  Raymundo Martinez-Moreno is a hardworking family man. He and his wife have been married for 35 years, and have lived in Green Bay since 2001. They have two children and eight grandchildren, all of whom live in Green Bay.  In 2017, Sr. Raymundo was stopped for driving without a license, and now ICE is trying […]

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Through the Budget or as Standalone Legislation, Wisconsin Must Restore Driver Licenses & In-State Tuition for Immigrants

Thursday, May 2, 2019   MILWAUKEE – On Wednesday afternoon, Republican leaders of the Joint Finance Committee announced that they will remove several so-called “non-fiscal” provisions from Governor Evers’ proposed budget, including measures to restore access to driver licenses and in-state tuition at public colleges to immigrants in Wisconsin. Also on Wednesday, thousands of people joined […]

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Thousands Join Day Without Latinxs & Immigrants Strike to Restore Driver Licenses for All in Wisconsin

Photos here and here. Video here and here. May 1st, MADISON, WISCONSIN – On Wednesday, May 1st, thousands of people marched on the Wisconsin State Capitol in Madison as part of the Day Without Latinxs & Immigrants, a statewide general strike urging the state legislature to restore access to driver licenses for immigrant families. Over 180 businesses […]

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