MR. MORTON WE want OUR KIDS in SCHOOL, NOT IN DEPORTATION
  • Petitioned Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights

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Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights

MR. MORTON WE want OUR KIDS in SCHOOL, NOT IN DEPORTATION

    1. Adelina Nicholls
    2. Petition by

      Adelina Nicholls

      Atlanta, GA

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1. ICE John Morton: 202.732.3000

Raúl Cruz Aguilar came with his father to the United States at the age of 17 in search of a better future for himself and his family. His mother and two brothers stayed in Mexico but then they also came to the U.S. to  join him and his father. Raul started school to prepare to help his family.

Despite the pain of the loss of his mother and the psychological trauma of this event, Raúl stayed in school and graduated from Riverwood High School in October 2003. He became a website creator (Web master) while working as a waiter in a restaurant. He currently writes for a design magazine.

 But that all changed on the morning of September 10 this year, when immigration officials (ICE) knocked on his door with a deportation order. He was arrested and is in the custody of the Department of Homeland Security awaiting his deportation hearing.

Raul is in danger of being deported to Mexico, a country he does not remember and where he has no family. Raul loves his family and this country which he considers his. Raul had a desire to serve in the army of the United States, but now his dreams are threatened because he is awaiting his deportation hearing.

 

To:
Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights
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STOP DEPORTATION OF RAUL CRUZ AGUILAR
Make a Phone Call

1. ICE John Morton: 202.732.3000

Families are being separated due these agressive immigration policies
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Sincerely,

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • Carmen Meraz WICHITA, KS
      • about 2 years ago

      Because being an immigrant is not a crime.

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    • sanchez yoana CHICAGO, IL
      • about 2 years ago

      es mi sobrino y todos merecemos una segunda oportunidad....

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    • javier duran barragan CHILPANCINGO GUERRERO, MEXICO
      • about 2 years ago

      cuenta con migo

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    • ana luisa CHILPANCINGO, GRO, MEXICO
      • about 2 years ago

      porque tiene un sueño anhelado por realizar y para el es muy importante realizarse como profesionista

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    • Latinos Unidos Lucc CARROLLTON, GA
      • about 2 years ago

      This is an injustice. We need to stop this non sense. Please Mr. Morton, use the prosecutorial discretion on this young man. He is not a criminal, do not treat him as such. I just called your office again, and I will continue to call until there is a positive solution on this case. Please stop this deportation and others that are not right, are not just, and should not be part of our history in this new millennium. Let's not repeat what USA did in the 1930's. We can avoid repeating history with this type of negative impact in our country.

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