Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) will kick off his nationwide executive amnesty educational tour in Rhode Island in two weeks.
Gutierrez will reportedly join Rep. David Cicilline (D-RI) and other local leaders for an “immigration forum” on President Barack Obama’s executive amnesty on January 14 at the Providence Career and Technical Academy. The event will mark the beginning of his “nationwide education tour” to educate illegal immigrants about Obama’s executive amnesty and encourage those who qualify to apply.
Gutierrez has been urging illegal immigrants who qualify to get ready to apply for executive amnesty while warning of potential fraudsters who may take advantage of them.
Gutierrez said that “more people to sign up, the more unlikely you’ll ever unravel” Obama’s executive amnesty. After Obama’s executive amnesty announcement, an ecstatic Gutierrez said it was now up to him and other community leaders to help find as many illegal immigrants as possible who can qualify to receive executive amnesty and work permits.
The Diocese of Providence, Progreso Latino, and Dorcas International will reportedly co-host the forum.