⚖️🗽🇺🇸 SUNDAY, FEB. 27: SUPPORT THE “YOUTH BRIGADE” OF THE NDPA IN THEIR INSPIRING EFFORT TO “CLAW” A BETTER FUTURE FOR AMERICAN FAMILIES WHO WON THEIR CASES, BUT STILL AWAIT STATUS! — They Met The Highest Burden In Court, But The Arbitrary 4,000 Numerical Limit Keeps Them “In Limbo” & From Fulfilling Their Full Potential For America!
From: Anam Aasem <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, Feb 24, 2022 at 12:36 PM
Subject: [washdc] Invitation to CLAW “cancellation and life after winning” launch party
To: AILA Washington DC Chapter Distribution List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Good Afternoon fellow colleagues,
We would like to cordially invite you to the launch party of CLAW, “Cancellation and Life after Winning” at the CLAW headquarters located at 11710 Bowman Green Drive, Reston, VA 20190 on Sunday, February 27, 2022 at 4 pm.
What is CLAW?
CLAW is a campaign initiated by teenager and immigration activist, Neela Nesari. The campaign aims to bring about a change to increase the 4000 limitation cap on 240A cancellation cases.
Neela is initiating an awareness month about this issue in March of 2022 and needs your help. The goal is to educate, organize and advocate for legislative changes to the immigration system with respect to the defense of cancellation of removal.
We are very excited to announce that CLAW has secured the enthusiastic support of renowned former immigration judge and former chairman of the BIA, Honorable Judge Paul Schmidt, who will be the guest of honor at CLAW’s launch party.
We look forward to your support for this worthy cause. As immigration attorneys and advocates, we know too well that a 42b cancellation case doesn’t just end at the Individual Hearing and our clients face a long road ahead before they can become permanent residents. Why not do something about it?
Please RSVP to email@example.com.
Refreshments will be provided.
Anam Aasem, Esq.
Leyruta & Associates, PC
(Offices in Herndon, Falls Church, Richmond, Harrisonburg)
*Admitted to the New York State Bar.
*Practice outside of NY limited to Federal Immigration Law.
Unfortunately, in the bizarre and counterintuitive world of U.S. immigration law and our broken Immigration Courts, winning your case, no matter how satisfying, is “only half the battle!” These amazing young people understand how unfair and counterproductive that is and are “walking the walk, not just talking the talk.” Come be inspired by folks who believe in and act for a “Better America” for all of us!
Hope to see you there on Sunday!
Due Process Forever!