CSEA PUEDE AYUDARLE
¡ALCANZAR EL SUEÑO!
CSEA CAN HELP YOU…
FINISH THE DREAM!
|¡CSEA quiere ayudarle a ganar
todos los derechos y privilegios
de la ciudadanía con
un seminario gratuito!
ESTE SERVICIO ES GRATIS PARA TODOS LOS MIEMBROS DE CSEA
| CSEA wants to help you gain all the rights and privileges of citizenship with a free seminar!
THIS IS A FREE SERVICE FROM CSEA TO ALL MEMBERS
|Junto con Union Plus, Member Benefits,
y UC Irvine Immigration Law Clinic,
la sección 41 de Santa Ana de CSEA
está organizando un seminario informativo para
los miembros que están interesados en
el proceso de naturalización.
|Together with Union Plus, Member Benefits, and the UC Irvine Immigration
Law Clinic, CSEA Santa Ana Chapter 41 is hosting an informational seminar for
members who are interested in the Naturalization process.
|• ¡Obtenga información de expertos!
• ¡Entérese si califica para ciudadanía!
• ¡Comience el proceso de naturalización!
• ¡Descubra sus beneficios y las otras ventajas de ser miembro de CSEA!
• ¡Los premios incluyen la posibilidad de ganar un reembolso de sus cuotas de radicación por el USCIS!
|• Get information from experts!
• Find out if you qualify for citizenship!
• Begin the Naturalization process!
• Discover all other benefits of Union Membership!
• Door Prizes to include chance to win filing fee reimbursement!
DOMINGO, 27 DE OCTUBRE
Santa Ana High School, Teatro,
¡RESERVE SU ASIENTO AHORA!
¡Llame a Marie Acosta
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27
Santa Ana High School Theater, 520 West Walnut Street,
RESERVE YOUR SEAT TODAY!
Contact Marie Acosta toll free at (800) 526-9297, ext. 2987 or firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP
|¡Hágase ciudadano y comience a disfrutar los privilegios de ser ciudadano americano!||Become a U.S. citizen and begin enjoying the full privileges of being an American!|
IMMIGRATION REFORM is a component of a shared prosperity agenda that focuses on improving productivity and quality; limiting wage competition; strengthening labor standards, especially the right of workers to organize and bargain collectively; and providing social safety nets and high-quality lifelong education and training for workers and their families. To achieve this goal, immigration reform must fully protect U.S. workers, reduce the exploitation of immigrant workers and reduce employers’ incentive to hire undocumented workers rather than U.S. workers. The most effective way to do that is for all workers—immigrant and native-born—to have full and complete access to the protection of labor, health and safety and other laws. Comprehensive immigration reform must complement a strong, well resourced and effective labor standards enforcement initiative that prioritizes workers’ rights and workplace protections. This approach will ensure that immigration does not depress wages and working conditions or encourage marginal low-wage industries that depend heavily on substandard wages, benefits and working conditions.
This approach to immigration reform has five major interconnected pieces: 1. An independent commission to assess and manage future flows, based on labor market shortages that are determined on the basis of actual need; 2. A secure and effective worker authorization mechanism; 3. Rational operational control of the border; 4. Adjustment of status for the current undocumented population; and 5. Improvement, not expansion, of temporary worker programs, limited to temporary or seasonal, not permanent, jobs.
Improvement, not Expansion, of Temporary Worker Programs The United States must improve the administration of existing temporary worker programs, but should not adopt a new “indentured” or “guest worker” initiative. Our country has long recognized that it is not good policy for a democracy to admit large numbers of workers with limited civil and employment rights.
The U.S. immigration system is broken—and U.S.-born workers as well as aspiring citizens are paying a heavy price. America needs to create an immigration process that works for working people—not a system that benefits corporate employers at the expense of everyone else.
Current U.S. immigration policy is a blueprint for employer manipulation and abuse, and both new American immigrants and American-born workers are suffering the consequences.
We say, “¡Basta Ya!” or “Enough Already!” That’s why the AFL-CIO supports a comprehensive, worker-centered approach as part of a common-sense immigration process.