Take Action

We need your support to reunite Siham and Naseem. Connect with the campaign on social media, donate to the legal fund Upcoming actions will be detailed on social media.

Twitter: @justice4siham
Facebook: @FreeSiham
Email: justice4siham@gmail.com
Fundraiser: Gofundme

Siham and Naseem have now been separated for over 500 days. A custody hearing is scheduled for May 7, where Judge Stephen Limon will decide if this loving family can be reunited. In the lead up to the hearing, the Justice4Siham campaign is calling on Senators Elizabeth Warren and Ed Markey, Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley, and District Attorney Rachel Rollins to make a public statement in support of Siham and Naseem’s reunification.

Please help our campaign by calling our local politicians/representatives and expressing your support for Siham and Naseem!

 

CALL CONGRESSWOMEN PRESSLEY’S OFFICE: 

202-225-5111

CALL SENATOR WARREN’S OFFICE:

617-565-3170

CALL SENATOR MARKEY’S OFFICE:

617-565-8519

CALL DISTRICT ATTORNEY ROLLINS’ OFFICE

617-619-4000

 

Here is a script to guide you through your call:

“Hello. How are you doing today? My name is [name], and I’m a supporter of the Justice4Siham campaign. I’m calling to bring Siham Byah’s case to the attention of [elected official]. May I speak with the person in your office who is in charge of immigration issues?”

[The person will likely ask to take a message or forward you to the voicemail of the immigration point person. If they forward you to someone’s voicemail, reiterate that you are calling in support of Siham Byah and the Justice4Siham campaign]

“Siham Byah lived in Nahant, Massachusetts as an asylum seeker for 19 years until she was illegally deported and separated from her son, Naseem, in December 2017. Siham was Naseem’s sole caretaker, and now they have spent over 500 days apart.

Siham has an upcoming custody hearing on May 7, and I am aware that the Justice4Siham campaign has already asked [elected official] to make a public statement in support of Siham and Naseem’s reunification before the trial begins. I am calling to express my support for that call to action. [Elected official] should make a statement and help reunited this loving family!

[If you’re talking to a person, rather than leaving a message on voicemail]

When will your office be ready to make a decision? I will make a follow up call then! Thank you, have a good day.