MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Several faith communities in Minnesota plan to meet Tuesday to declare their support for immigrants and opposition to policies from President-election Donald Trump that may target them.

The meeting is slated for 10:30 a.m. at Lutheran Church of the Redeemer in St. Paul, according to ISAIAH, a social justice group composed of various religious congregations.

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The faith groups plan to declare their places of worship as sanctuaries for immigrants. This comes after Trump threatened to cut off federal funding to sanctuary cities, a designation that would apply to both Minneapolis and St. Paul.

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A sanctuary city is a place where law enforcement won’t ask an individual about their immigration status or independently enforce immigration actions.

An estimated 100,000 immigrants live in Minnesota without legal permission.

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Since the election, law enforcement agencies in the Twin Cities have sent out messages to immigrant communities, telling them not to be afraid to call if they witness or are a victim of crime.