Leading the march will be Brian Rossell of Sterling, who has less than one week left in America before U.S. immigration authorities are ordering he and his 10-year-old daughter Kelly to return to their native country of El Salvador.
The prayer vigil and march for Rossell and his daughter are being co-sponsored by Centreville Immigrant Forum and the Annandale-based Virginia New Majority (VNM).
The vigil will begin at the Hilton Washington-Dulles at 6:30 p.m. Then, everyone will march in a "religious procession" to Rep. Wolf's offices down the street.
"Herndon is home to a large immigrant community, and is a part of Rep. Wolf's district," said Deshundra Jefferson of VNM. "Our goal is to push Rep. Wolf to vote for legislation that will create a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants."
More than 200 supporters are expected to take part in the vigil and march, from a wide variety of faiths, including faith leaders from Catholic, Methodist, Episcopal and Islamic groups.
Wolf represents Virginia's 10th district, which includes a part of Vienna and stretches from McLean to Winchester.
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