Türkiye Anayasa Değisikliği Referandumu
Güney Kaliforniya’da yasayan Türk vatandasları, 1-9 Nisan 2017 arası, Los Angeles Baskonsolosluğu’nda oy kullanabilecekler. Lütfen seçmen kaydınızı kontrol edin ve kaydınız yoksa 25 Subat’a kadar konsolosluğa basvurun.
1) Yurtdısı Seçmen Kaydınızı Sorgulayın:
Daha önce yurtdısında oy kullandıysanız bile, Türkiye’de herhangi bir resmi islem yapmanız sonucu kaydınız otomatik olarak yeniden Türkiye’ye alınıyor. Bu nedenle mutlaka seçmen kaydınızı kontrol edin.
2) Konsoloslukta Kaydolun (Son gün 25 Subat 2017)
Eğer kayıt çıkmazsa, asağıdaki adres beyan formunu bu belgelerle beraber konsolosluğa posta ile hemen yollayın ya da sahsen basvurun.
– TC nüfus kağıdının
pasaportun bilgi sayfasının ve giris/çıkıs sayfasının kopyası
– Yurtdısı adresinizi gösteren belge (fatura vs)
– Asağıdaki form (doldurulmalı ve imzalanmalı)
Konsolosluktan yapilan duyuru:
|Saygıdeğer Türk-Amerikan Toplumu, Sayın Üyelerimiz,
Güney Kaliforniya’da yasayan Türkleri, 1953 yılından bu yana temsil eden ATASC olarak, Amerika Birlesik Devletleri Baskanı’nın, nüfusunun çoğunlığu müslüman olan yedi ülkeden gelenlerin, ABD’ye girisini
yine uyelerimiz arasında bulunan göçmen avukatlarımızla bağlantı kurmalarını sağlayabiliriz. Ayrıca, gerektiğinde, ATASC olarak, mahkemelerde ve/veya sınır giris kapılarında tercümanlik desteği de verebiliriz.
ATASC’ye bağlı tüm Yönetim Kurulları, göçmenlik haklarına ve insanların istediği dini seçme hakkına saygı duymakta ve bu hakkı savunmaktadır.Her zaman olduğu gibi, Atatürk’ün ‘Yurtta sulh, cihanda sulh’ sözlerine bağlıyız ve bütün göçmenlerin yanındayız. Üyelerinin çoğu, kendisi veya ailesi göçmen olan bir dernek olarak, nefret ve ayrımcılığa karsıyız. Hiç kimsenin, uyruğu, dini, rengi, cinsiyeti, dili, doğum yeri nedeniyle yargılanamayacağına inancımız tamdır. Amerika Birlesik Devletleri göçmenler tarafından kurulmustur. Unutmuyoruz ki, dünyanın önde gelen sirketlerinde, pek çok bilim insanı, vizeyle çalısmaktadır.
Kaliforniya’da yasayan Amerikalı Türkler olarak, her iki kimliğimizden de onur duymaktayız.
Dear members and Turkish American Community,
Representing the Turkish American community in Southern California since 1953, ATASC feels extremely concerned about the President of the United States’ executive order blocking entry of refugees and travelers from seven predominantly Muslim countries into the United States. We understand and share our members’ frustration about the process and would like to remind all of our members to stay informed during times of confusion like now. We have many experienced immigration attorneys among our members who could provide legal aid. If any of our members would like to get help or reach out to any of these professionals please contact us at email@example.com. In addition, ATASC would like to offer translator service in Turkish/English in case of need at borders and/ or courts.
ATASC boards stand by with immigrants’ rights and choice of religious rights!
As the founding father of our motherland, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, said, we believe in “Peace at Home, Peace in the World.” And, with that belief of peace in our hearts, we, the Turkish Americans of Southern California stand in solidarity with immigrants and immigrant rights. We are a non-profit organization representing our members who are mostly immigrants or descendants from immigrant families. We believe in promoting peaceful cultural exchange. Hate and discrimination have no place in our world. Residents of the United States cannot be judged by their country of birth, nationality, citizenship, religious belief, color, race, or gender. America was built by immigrants. Let’s remember; under H1B1 visa status there are many scientists working for American companies in America that lead world industries.
We are proud Turkish Americans and proud Californians who are also very proud of our Turkish Heritage.
Dear Members, Turkish American community and Jewish societies, you are cordially invited to an award winning documentary screening event with guest speaker Victoria Barrett, the producer of the documentary.
Association of Turkish Americans of Southern California once again proudly organizing an other enchanting event. ATASC is welcoming Victoria Barrett the producer of Desperate Hours documentary.
Desperate Hours is a documentary film which tells the virtually unknown story of Republic of Turkey (Turkiye)’s rescue efforts of thousands of Jews facing certain death in the holocaust.
The event is FREE.
Kosher dishes will be served.
All welcomed! Kindly invite family and friends.
RSVP required for Temple’s security system, please RSVP to EventsRSVP@atasc.org
We are thanking STTI for opening their doors to us and co hosting the event.
We appreciate your support and attendance.,
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2) Nov 10, 6-8 pm, GWG lecture and 10 Kasim Toreni at Chapman University in OC
1 University Dr, Orange, California 92866
Argyros Forum Building, room # 209 A
1 University Drive, Camarillo, CA, 93012
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Turkish Republic Day 2016
Atasc Board cordially invites you commemoration of 93rd Anniversary of Proclamation of the Turkish Republic.
On Saturday October 29th, 2016 ATASC will be holding the Annual Republic Day Gala with the songs Ataturk loved
All members and Turkish American community invited.
ATASC Presents very first time in California
the Live performance by
ŞELALE ŞEHNAZ SAM
& Ali Tolga Demirtaş
Location: Crown Plaza Los Angeles Int Airport Hotel
Date/Time: Saturday, October 29th, 7 pm
TICKETS SOLD OUT!
ATASC proudly presents Band CaliTurca. Night long live music. The songs Ataturk loved will be performed by our beloved music band CaliTurca.
Proudly presenting our beloved most popular DJ in town.
ATASC once again welcomes DJ Volkan with nostalgic and popular songs during the gala.
ATASC proudly presents Group Anatolia ATASC-SD Turkish Folk Dance Ensemble
Sponsors will be listed and announced.
*If you are purchasing tickets as a grup please advise us the guest list with membership status.
*Prices are valid thru 9/5/2016
11304 Chandler Blvd #525
N. Hollywood, CA 91601If you have any questions please reach us at Info@atasc.org. Once ATASC receive payments there will be a confirmation email sent to our valuable guests.
Important announcement about Childcare Services during the Gala event:
The parents should contact the following service provider directly. ATASC is not responsible for childcare services! The parents should reserve the service directly communicating with MollyCoddlers ~Nannies & Sitters.
Details about their services as follow;
Mollycoddlers will provide sitters at a rate of
Ages 0-2 years
$55 per child (through 10/14)
$70 per child (late registration after 10/15)
Ages 3 years and up
$40 per child (through 10/14)
$55 per child (late registration after 10/15)
on the following date(s): Saturday, October 29, 2016 from 7p-12a
TOTAL FOR CHILDCARE SERVICES INCLUDING ADD-ONS
Once childcare is reserved no fees will be refunded.
Ratio of sitters to children
1:2 newborn to 2 years
1:4 3-5 years
1:5 6 years and up
• Client will ensure that parents pick their children up at the agreed upon time. If not, families will be charged $5 for every 15 minutes or part of 15 minutes that they are late.
• Client will provide Mollycoddlers with an appropriate and safe location for childcare to take place.
Childcare services to include games, toys, books, arts & crafts, parachutes, dress up clothes, secure sign in/out procedures & experienced, professional sitters. Most importantly Mollycoddlers will provide peace of mind for you, and for the children – FUN!
Mollycoddlers~Nannies & Sitters
Orange County/Long Beach/Los Angeles
ATASC Republic Day Events Committee
Anlı şanlı tarihimizin yazıldığı Cumhuriyetin ilanının 93. yılında siz değerli toplumumuzu Atatürk’ün sevdiği şarkılarla, milli marşlarımızla anmaya, zeybek ve harmandalılarla kutlamaya davet ediyoruz. Lütfen takvimlerinize işaretlemeyi unutmayınız.
Bugüne kadar verdiğiniz destek için teşekkür eder, sizleri yeniden aramızda görebilmeyi temenni ederiz.
Güney California Türk Amerikan Derneği
Association of Turkish Americans of Southern California
ATATURK WEEK opened on Nov 9 with a cocktail party/fundraiser “Unveiling the Ataturk Bust” at Residence for Ataturk Week. We have a beautiful bust as you can see in picture. We continued the “WEEK” by moment of silence in front of the Ataturk on November 10 at 9:05 am. Professor George Gawrych, author of “Young Ataturk” had 4 lectures planned around SC. The first one was at CSUN that was cancelled due to disturbing acts by some Armenians protesting Turkey. The lecture at Chapman went well until again the same gang of Armenians disturbed the peace. We continued the lecture after the room was cleared by campus security. The one at San Diego was eventless. The same people also tried to disturb the lecture at Camarillo, but could not. The attendee’s let them scream outside while they enjoyed the lecture inside. I am glad the week is over. I want to thank all community members who supported this “WEEK” by attending events, lectures or by donating funds. On the positive side we had at least 3 very insightful lectures by Prof. Gawrych (out of 4), were able to commemorate Ataturk in OC and SD venues, were able to educate 50 Americans on his great leadership. Overall, it was a productive and inspiring week for me. On the negative side, I am angry that we were disturbed during our commemorations/lectures. There are a lot of lessons learned during this week for me. So stay tuned. Videos are at ATASC FB page.
ATASC members and a big crowd of Southern California Turkish Americans celebrated Children’s and Youth Fest with another great picnic.