Welcome to the new OFIR blog!

OFIR invites you to pop in regularly and find out what's new, what's pressing and needing action and what other concerned citizens are doing in the fight to stop illegal immigration.

It might have been possible to prevent this tragedy

It might have been possible to prevent the tragic rape, sexual abuse, strangulation and kidnapping of 2 young girls right here in Marion County.  Juan De Dios Cruz-Rojas has lived and worked just outside Salem, Oregon for the past 10 years.  He is in the country illegally. Oregon's Governor and the state legislature could have made the presence of this monster in our state much more difficult.  They have had ample opportunity to pass a mandatory E-Verify bill.  Please, call, write, email or visit your legislators and the Governor and insist that they pass mandatory E-Verify during this coming session.

Visit our OFIR crime section.

Read the original Statesman article:

Man who raped pre-teen girls gets 170 years - Sex offender is in U.S. illegally

OFIR, immigration, and American sovereignty


Oregonians for Immigration Reform (OFIR) advocates to stop illegal immigration and reduce legal immigration to a more sustainable level keeping the environment, the economy and societal impact in mind.  Does OFIR think immigration is an attack on American sovereignty?  No! OFIR is concerned for the future of the United States if we allow mass illegal immigration and excessive legal immigration to continue. Current high immigration rates are incompatible with the long term  interests of sovereign American citizens.

A letter to the Editor just might do the trick

If you have been writing a letter to the editor over and over again (in your head), or if you have started writing one many times but never completed it and mailed it in, I encourage you to visit the Oregon section of our website and see just how effective David Cross was when he wrote a letter to the editor. 

You can write a letter to the editor, too.  Be polite, brief and factual.  Send your letter (online or snail mail) to smaller newspapers as well as the larger papers.

If you get a letter published, let OFIR know and we will post it in the OFIR Letters section of our website.  Good luck!

Road Trip! OFIR's January meeting will be in Eugene

Join OFIR members and friends to hear special guest ART ROBINSON 

Art is running for Congress against Peter DeFazio in District 4

(Congressman DeFazio voted to give in-state tuition benefits to illegal aliens)

Saturday, January 28, 2012 at 1:00pm

at the EWEB building (Eugene Water & Electric Board)

500 East 4th Ave., in Eugene, OR

Free admission, so bring a friend and a sack lunch!

NOTE:  EWEB furnishes public meeting rooms as a community service

and does not sponsor or endorse activities or groups using EWEB's public facilities