STOP JULIO’S DEPORTATION
Julio, a Bronx Community College student, faces an imminent deportation order after being detained in Greyhound bus. He is set to be deported back to El Salvador where he faces gang violence due to his sexual orientation. Julio came to the United States in 2007, fleeing threats on his life from gang members.  Julio is a bright, hard-working college student who has aspirations to contribute and serve his community as a radiologist. He wants to be a role model to younger kids. His life is in your hands.Please take action and do what Congress have failed to do: protect the rights and life of undocumented youth.PLEASE FORWARD THIS PETITION AND ACTION ALERT TO 5 OF YOUR FRIENDS!1.   Call DHS – Janet Napolitano (202-282-8495) and ICE – John Morton (202.732.3000)Sample Script: "Hi, I was calling to ask that the deportation of Julio Enrique Hernandez Moreno (A# 201 217 268) be deferred. If Julio is returned to El Salvador, he will face gang violence because of his sexual orientation. Julio wants to contribute to this country as a radiologist. Don’t deport Julio."2. Sign the petition to your right and ask all of your friends to sign it!  Together we can stop Julio’s deportation, please take 5 minutes and complete these 2 easy steps!

STOP JULIO’S DEPORTATION

Julio, a Bronx Community College student, faces an imminent deportation order after being detained in Greyhound bus. He is set to be deported back to El Salvador where he faces gang violence due to his sexual orientation. 

Julio came to the United States in 2007, fleeing threats on his life from gang members.  Julio is a bright, hard-working college student who has aspirations to contribute and serve his community as a radiologist. He wants to be a role model to younger kids. His life is in your hands.

Please take action and do what Congress have failed to do: protect the rights and life of undocumented youth.

PLEASE FORWARD THIS PETITION AND ACTION ALERT TO 5 OF YOUR FRIENDS!

1.   Call DHS – Janet Napolitano (202-282-8495) and ICE – John Morton (202.732.3000)

Sample Script: "Hi, I was calling to ask that the deportation of Julio Enrique Hernandez Moreno (A# 201 217 268) be deferred. If Julio is returned to El Salvador, he will face gang violence because of his sexual orientation. Julio wants to contribute to this country as a radiologist. Don’t deport Julio."

2. Sign the petition to your right and ask all of your friends to sign it!  

Together we can stop Julio’s deportation, please take 5 minutes and complete these 2 easy steps!

URGENT: Alfredo Can Be Deported at Any Time! Let Him Go!! 
Alfredo Carrillo (A# 089-826-103), father of 3 US citizen children who has lived in the U.S. for 17 years was pulled over and detained for driving without a license in Arapaho County, Colorado. Currently Alfredo is being held in Otoro County Processing Center, NM. Although Alfredo was previously deported in 2008, due to the economic hardships his family was facing he returned in 2010. He is low priority and should be released. Make a Phone Call:Call ICE Director John Morton (202) 732-3000Sample Script: “ I am calling to urge ICE to release Alfredo Carrillo (A# 089-826-103), who is currently being held in Otero County Processing Center. Alfredo has been in the U.S. for over 16 years and has 3 U.S. citizen children that need the financial and emotional support of their father. Alfredo is low priority case that shouldn’t be detained. Let Alfredo Go!” 
SIGN THIS PETITION AND MAKE A CALL!

URGENT: Alfredo Can Be Deported at Any Time! Let Him Go!! 


Alfredo Carrillo (A# 089-826-103), father of 3 US citizen children who has lived in the U.S. for 17 years was pulled over and detained for driving without a license in Arapaho County, Colorado. Currently Alfredo is being held in Otoro County Processing Center, NM. Although Alfredo was previously deported in 2008, due to the economic hardships his family was facing he returned in 2010. He is low priority and should be released. 

Make a Phone Call:


Call ICE Director John Morton (202) 732-3000

Sample Script: “ I am calling to urge ICE to release Alfredo Carrillo (A# 089-826-103), who is currently being held in Otero County Processing Center. Alfredo has been in the U.S. for over 16 years and has 3 U.S. citizen children that need the financial and emotional support of their father. Alfredo is low priority case that shouldn’t be detained. Let Alfredo Go!” 

SIGN THIS PETITION AND MAKE A CALL!

luigimonstre:

I just want to thank all of you who reblogged, signed and called for Jorge.
Unfortuantely, ICE ignored all the efforts and decided to deport Jorge today.
He is safe in his country of Nicaragua but his family, including his 2 kids remain here.
CIR talk is fine and dandy but this only proves that we need an end to all unjust deportations. This just can’t keep happening.

luigimonstre:

I just want to thank all of you who reblogged, signed and called for Jorge.

Unfortuantely, ICE ignored all the efforts and decided to deport Jorge today.

He is safe in his country of Nicaragua but his family, including his 2 kids remain here.

CIR talk is fine and dandy but this only proves that we need an end to all unjust deportations. This just can’t keep happening.

Low Priority & Father of Two: Release Jorge Herrera from North Georgia Detention Center

luigimonstre:


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Jorge Herrera, father of two who has lived in the U.S. for 18 years, was pulled over and arrested for driving without a license. Now he is being held in North Georgia Detention Center. His youngest son, who is 6 years old, suffers from severe asthma. Jorge is an active participant in the Baptist community. He is a low priority for deportation, so why is he still being detained?

Everyone can you please take a few minutes out of your day to
take action & support Jorge.

Call ICE, sign and share the petition!

ANOTHER LOW PRIORITY DEPORTATION: FLAVIO NEEDS SURGERY NOT DEPORTATION!
In january three officers showed up at Flavio’s home. He was interrogated and immediately detained after the officers realized he was undocumented. In August, Flavio was a front seat passenger in a car accident. It resulted with the top of the car embanked against a tree and both the driver and Flavio had to be cut out of the car. Flavio needed surgery that resulted in a left-sided colon resection. He is scheduled for follow-up surgery in nine months to have his colostomy reversed!Flavio is low-priority and, according to the Morton memo, should not be deported.TAKE ACTION: SIGN & MAKE A CALL 

 Call ICE - John Morton @ 202-732-3000 or 202-732-3100

 Sample Script: “Hi, I was calling to ask that ICE remove Flavio Ramos Cruz (A# 200-203-838) order for Voluntary Departure. Flavio was in an a car accident as a passenger which resulted in his need of surgery for a left-sided colon resection. Flavio is scheduled for a follow-up surgery in nine months to have his colostomy reversed. Flavio needs surgery not deportation!”

ANOTHER LOW PRIORITY DEPORTATION: FLAVIO NEEDS SURGERY NOT DEPORTATION!

In january three officers showed up at Flavio’s home. He was interrogated and immediately detained after the officers realized he was undocumented. 

In August, Flavio was a front seat passenger in a car accident. It resulted with the top of the car embanked against a tree and both the driver and Flavio had to be cut out of the car. Flavio needed surgery that resulted in a left-sided colon resection. He is scheduled for follow-up surgery in nine months to have his colostomy reversed!

Flavio is low-priority and, according to the Morton memo, should not be deported.

TAKE ACTION: SIGN & MAKE A CALL 

 

Call ICE - John Morton @ 202-732-3000 or 202-732-3100

 

Sample Script: “Hi, I was calling to ask that ICE remove Flavio Ramos Cruz (A# 200-203-838) order for Voluntary Departure. Flavio was in an a car accident as a passenger which resulted in his need of surgery for a left-sided colon resection. Flavio is scheduled for a follow-up surgery in nine months to have his colostomy reversed. Flavio needs surgery not deportation!

luigimonstre:

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Maximino Hoz, the sole provider for this family of 7 is currently being held in Broward Transitional Center for almost 9 months now.

Maximino is a low-priority case as he was detained for fishing without a license in Florida.

Due to the detention of Max, the family has had a difficult time making ends meet. The wife, Reyna, doesn’t work and has to take care of her 6 kids. Aside from all this she has to pay for psychiatric expenses for her deeply depressed 9 year old, who has been tragically affected by the detention of his father.

She has been unable to afford it all and as such is 2 months behind on mortgage. If you can please contribute anything you can it would be great. The Hoz family has already endured and suffered enough, including their first Christmas without their father.

Please consider making a small donation. I know the Hoz’s would be so grateful.

Thank you.