Haverhill Residents Invited to Discuss Immigration Concerns

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Area faith-based organization Merrimack Valley Project invites Haverhill residents to discuss immigration concerns with their neighbors and local political officials on June 17.

Held Saturday afternoon from 1 to 2:30 p.m at St. James Church, the meeting is expected to draw 100 community members from various citywide faith, labor and community groups organized by the Merrimack Valley Project.

MVP includes 27 member groups, including congregations and labor unions, across the communities of Amesbury, Andover, Chelmsford, Haverhill, Lawrence, Lowell, North Andover and Westford.

For more information on the June 17 event, held at 185 Winter St., Haverhill, visit MerrimackValleyProject.org.

5 thoughts on “Haverhill Residents Invited to Discuss Immigration Concerns

  1. Those attending that are in favor of illegals living in this country please bring your pay stub and floor plan of your residence so that they have a place to stay and food to eat at your expense.

  2. Too bad The GOP and President Trump went soft on Invaders, DACA, and H1B/H2B Visas – Invaders have nothing to worry about. Americans jobs, school overcrowding, and cost of healthcare? That’s your problem.

  3. How can these faith based and religious organizations justify providing aid and support to criminals illegally trespassing in this country?

    • I believe they are talking about illegals, don’t you? And shame on them if they are intending and thinking of welcoming illegals into our midst. We already pay, and pay, and pay for these illegal invaders and now we have to pay once again? SHAME. LEGAL IMMIGRATION – YES, ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION – NO.