Rachel Holt and DACA

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nutzareus

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With the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program set to end in 6 months, we’re offering help to members of our driving community affected by this policy change. If you’re a DACA recipient, Uber stands with you. Here’s the support that we’re pledging to you and your loved ones:

  • We’re committing $500,000 to fund legal support and assistance to DACA recipients, with a focus on cities where Dreamers need the most help.

  • We’ll be hosting town halls at Greenlight Hubs in areas of the country where many Dreamers live. Immigration lawyers will be on site to answer questions. You’re welcome to bring anyone you care about who’s been affected by this policy change. Learn more and RSVP here.

  • For anyone unable to attend in person, we're hosting virtual town halls with immigration lawyers that you can attend online.

  • We’ve launched a Dreamer Resource Center, which includes FAQs created by legal experts that can be found on our website here.
We’ll continue to defend our community and what we believe is right. Thank you for driving with Uber.

Rachel Holt
Regional General Manager, U.S. & Canada

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In other words, they're running out of drivers. Nice try, Rachel. Nice fake email pretending you care about drivers.

 

DCNewbie17

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I think this would be moreso aimed at riders who are DACA recipients and family/friends, followed by drivers.
 

New2This

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When I first saw the email subject I thought it said DCA. Reading it, DCA would be appropriate too...
 

roadman

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I think this would be moreso aimed at riders who are DACA recipients and family/friends, followed by drivers.
it says right in the email "driving community"

With the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program set to end in 6 months, we’re offering help to members of our driving community affected by this policy change. If you’re a DACA recipient, Uber stands with you. Here’s the support that we’re pledging to you and your loved ones:

  • We’re committing $500,000 to fund legal support and assistance to DACA recipients, with a focus on cities where Dreamers need the most help.

  • We’ll be hosting town halls at Greenlight Hubs in areas of the country where many Dreamers live. Immigration lawyers will be on site to answer questions. You’re welcome to bring anyone you care about who’s been affected by this policy change. Learn more and RSVP here.

  • For anyone unable to attend in person, we're hosting virtual town halls with immigration lawyers that you can attend online.

  • We’ve launched a Dreamer Resource Center, which includes FAQs created by legal experts that can be found on our website here.
We’ll continue to defend our community and what we believe is right. Thank you for driving with Uber.

Rachel Holt
Regional General Manager, U.S. & Canada

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In other words, they're running out of drivers. Nice try, Rachel. Nice fake email pretending you care about drivers.

in other words the lawyers will be the ones pocketing the 500k.
 

kensteriraq

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Um I think if you look at slavery, you'll arrive at your answer quickly. America prospered due to having little to no labor costs. Yes, you get to keep it.

Well, those people who had slaves died as did their children about a hundred years ago!

Moreover, they paid a terrible price in the war that ended slavery. Northern soldiers didn't own slaves but still paid the price. Finally, thanks to income transfers through the SBA and straight up payoffs like the Pigford Settlement one race got paid. Meanwhile that same race benefits from affirmative action with mediocre HS graduates with below average SAT scores getting preferential treatment and scholarships while other races must have near perfect SAT scores to simply gain entrance into IVY league schools. We could go on but what's the point when apologists for that one race never stop with their SJW excuses? If that one race would stop killing people (of their own race and other races) murder would fall by 50% in this country even though that race has nowhere near 50% of the population.

So back to the question in a new way, if someone goes to D.C. Newbie's residence and steals her possessions and hands them off to relatives who didn't partake in the original theft do they get to keep everything? Are stolen goods no longer stolen if handed to others or dies the original owner still retain ownership?
 

tomatopaste

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With the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program set to end in 6 months, we’re offering help to members of our driving community affected by this policy change. If you’re a DACA recipient, Uber stands with you. Here’s the support that we’re pledging to you and your loved ones:

  • We’re committing $500,000 to fund legal support and assistance to DACA recipients, with a focus on cities where Dreamers need the most help.

  • We’ll be hosting town halls at Greenlight Hubs in areas of the country where many Dreamers live. Immigration lawyers will be on site to answer questions. You’re welcome to bring anyone you care about who’s been affected by this policy change. Learn more and RSVP here.

  • For anyone unable to attend in person, we're hosting virtual town halls with immigration lawyers that you can attend online.

  • We’ve launched a Dreamer Resource Center, which includes FAQs created by legal experts that can be found on our website here.
We’ll continue to defend our community and what we believe is right. Thank you for driving with Uber.

Rachel Holt
Regional General Manager, U.S. & Canada

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In other words, they're running out of drivers. Nice try, Rachel. Nice fake email pretending you care about drivers.

 

roadman

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so Uber is doing the exact same thing as slavery, having little to no labor cost. The bulk of the money they pay out to drivers is for vehicle expenses, the remainder being for the actual labor which is next to nothing, almost immaterial.
 

tomatopaste

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With the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program set to end in 6 months, we’re offering help to members of our driving community affected by this policy change. If you’re a DACA recipient, Uber stands with you. Here’s the support that we’re pledging to you and your loved ones:

  • We’re committing $500,000 to fund legal support and assistance to DACA recipients, with a focus on cities where Dreamers need the most help.

  • We’ll be hosting town halls at Greenlight Hubs in areas of the country where many Dreamers live. Immigration lawyers will be on site to answer questions. You’re welcome to bring anyone you care about who’s been affected by this policy change. Learn more and RSVP here.

  • For anyone unable to attend in person, we're hosting virtual town halls with immigration lawyers that you can attend online.

  • We’ve launched a Dreamer Resource Center, which includes FAQs created by legal experts that can be found on our website here.
We’ll continue to defend our community and what we believe is right. Thank you for driving with Uber.

Rachel Holt
Regional General Manager, U.S. & Canada

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In other words, they're running out of drivers. Nice try, Rachel. Nice fake email pretending you care about drivers.

I agree. We should only follow the laws we agree with. I personally think the ADA is crap and therefore I will do what I believe is right. Thanks, Rach.
 
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