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This profile was last updated on 4/29/06  and contains information from public web pages.

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My Web Times, 29 April 2006 [cached]
Similar rallies are also planned in Bloomington, Rockford, Peoria and DeKalb, but not in La Salle County, said Susana Moreno, a spokesperson for the Hispanic Partnership Council with the Youth Service Bureau of the Illinois Valley in Streator.
Instead, Moreno said local organizers will hold a prayer vigil at Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church in Mendota in support of the May 1 marches.
She said the vigil, which would take place at the church from 5 to 6 p.m., Monday, would offer local immigrants and their supporters an opportunity to express their solidarity with the marchers without placing their jobs or education in jeopardy.
"We wanted something that would let people know that this is not just limited to big cities, like Chicago, New York or L.A.," said Moreno.
Likewise, Moreno said she had not heard of any businesses attempting to coerce employees to stay away from the marches.
Youth Service Bureau Home Page, 6 Oct 2007 [cached]
Susana Moreno NAI Coordinator 815-433-3953 x4023
The Mendota Reporter Online, 26 April 2006 [cached]
It will be interesting to see how this day plays out across the country," said Susana Moreno of YSB.
My Web Times, 6 April 2006 [cached]
However, actual numbers could be much higher, said Susana Moreno with the Youth Service Bureau of the Illinois Valley.
Moreno, based in Streator, said she daily works with Hispanic clients seeking help adjusting to life in the Illinois Valley.
"All of our clients are legal," said Moreno.
"And we know for a fact that there are 300 to 1,000 legal permanent residents in La Salle County," said Moreno.
My Web Times, 31 Aug 2005 [cached]
"It's a comprehensive program with statewide collaboratives that work together to provide legal services and legal counseling to help with anything that has to do with the naturalization process," said Susana Moreno of the Youth Service Bureau's Hispanic services department."We also provide English and civic classes for them to help prepare for the citizenship exam."
The services provided through the New Americans Initiative are free, but U.S. naturalization fees still apply, she said.
One of the most rewarding parts of the process, Moreno said, is watching participants "learn how important it is to become a citizen and an active member of their community."
Montes found the New Americans Initiative so helpful to her as she worked toward becoming a naturalized citizen that she agreed to be an unofficial spokesperson for the program, Moreno said.
"And she's finally going to have a vote," Moreno added.
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