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Immigrant rights advocates call on Pomona council to adopt ordinance complementing state legislation

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As appears in the Daily Bulletin on November 13th 2017 By: Monica Rodriguez POMONA >> Immigrant rights advocates are urging the Pomona City Council to adopt an ordinance they say would ensure proper implementation of Senate Bill 54, the California Values Act, which was signed into law this fall. The advocates, members of the ICE Out of Pomona […]

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La declaración de “estado santuario” no salva a vendedora ambulante de ICE

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Como aparezca en un articulo publicado en el Mundo Hispánico el 26 de Octubre. ———————————————————————————————— A pesar de la reciente aprobación de la ley SB 54, que convirtió a inicios de mes a California en un “estado santuario” para los indocumentados, una inmigrante fue detenida en la ciudad de Rancho Cucamonga por vender elotes en […]

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The Student Life at the Claremont Colleges: “Students, Staff Campaign to Protect Immigrants in City of Pomona”

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As appears in a recent article in The Student Life, the official newspaper of the Claremont Colleges. ________________________________________________________________________________________________ A coalition called ICE out of Pomona will soon petition the Pomona City Council to protect undocumented immigrants, and 5C student activists are among its members. The coalition hopes to convince the council at its Nov. 6 […]

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Daily Bulletin Editorial: End The War on Street Vending

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As appears in an article published on Oct. 31st by the Daily Bulletin. ————————————————————————————————   For many, street vending is one of the few options available to make a living to support themselves and their families. Though ubiquitous throughout Southern California, the work of street vendors has often been subject to strict and even sometimes […]

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Street vendor facing deportation after Rancho Cucamonga arrest

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As appears in an article in the Daily Bulletin, published on Oct. 23rd 2017. ————————————————————————————————   RANCHO CUCAMONGA >> Immigration advocates are concerned a mother of four is facing deportation after she was arrested for having multiple street vending citations. Marcelina Rios of Ontario was selling corn at Old Town Park Oct. 13 around 2 […]

Immigration Services and Education

Supervisor Hilda Solis Recognizes PEOC for Support to Immigrant Community

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PEOC Recognized by Office of Supervisor Hilda Solis in May 2017     The Pomona Economic Opportunity Center (PEOC) was recognized by the Office of Supervisor Hilda Solis on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 for providing continued support to the immigrant community at large and for our immigration services in Pomona, CA and the San Gabriel Valley. The PEOC alongside other community […]

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Servicios Migratorios/Immigration Services

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  To schedule an appointment and/or consultation please call 909 397 4215 or email peoc.staff@pomonadaylabor.org Para programar una cita y/o una consulta llame al 909 397 4215 o mandar correo electronico peoc.staff@pomonadaylabor.org Naturalización Requisitos Propia cuenta Cónyuge Fuerzas armadas 5 años de residencia permanente 3 años de residente permanente Calificaciones varían EVIDENCIA Y DOCUMENTOS NECESARIOS Identificación […]

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Pomona termina contrato con ICE argumentando que no desea separar familias

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Univision Fecha publicado: 20 de marzo del 2017 Durante una conferencia, funcionarios municipales aplaudieron que la ciudad dio un paso importante para separarse de la maquinaria deportadora de Donald Trump y dijeron no estar dispuestos a permitir la separación de familias. El contrato con ICE permitía que agentes federales alojaran detenidos en la cárcel de […]

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Pomona da fin a su colaboración con ICE

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  La Opinion, por Alejandro Cano Fecha publicado: 21 de Marzo de 2017 El Concejo Municipal de Pomona dio por terminado ayer el Acuerdo Intergubernamental de Servicios entre el Servicio Federal de Estados Unidos y el Departamento de Policía de dicha ciudad —decisión que fue catalogada por la comunidad inmigrante como una victoria. El acuerdo fue establecido […]