• Petitioned Aaron Todd

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Detroit ICE Chief counsel
Aaron Todd
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Release Manuel Marron and Stop his deportation

    1. Petition by

      One Michigan

Make a Phone Call Now:

1. Call ICE John Morton: 202-732-3000
2. Call DHS Janet Napolitano: 202-282-8495

Sample Script: "I am calling to ask that DREAMer Manuel Marron Marquez (A # 200 298 740) be release & allowed to stay in the U.S. Manuel has been living in this country since the age of two and dreams of continuing his education and supporting his U.S citizen siblings. Manuel is DREAM Act eligible and shouldn't be deported. Don't deport Manuel."

 

On a November evening of last year 24-year-old Manuel Marron Marquez was relaxing at his home after work in Hart, a small town in Oceana County Michigan. Suddenly a group of armed Federal agents began banging on the front door.

The ICE agents demanded to be let in and claimed they were looking for a person who was on a wanted list as part of a Fugitive Operations detail. Manuel and his family felt they had no choice but to let them in but explained that the person they were looking for did not live there.  In fact they honestly told the agents they did not even know who he was. The agents apparently did not beleive them and insisted that Manuel and the others show their identity documents and submit to interrogations. The person they were searching for was not present and it is believed either never lived there or has not been at the address in years.

After determining that Manuel was not in US lawfully, Manuel was then arrested. Although he was not charged with any criminal charges he has been detained in Immigration custody at the Battle Creek jail ever since, including through the holidays, as if he was a grand criminal... Bond was denied by the judge because he does not qualify for any long term relief under current immigration laws. The legal arm of ICE who has been specifically authorized to use prosecutorial discretion particularly for Dream act youths also denied discretion although Manuel is a H.S graduate who has lived in the US almost his whole life.

 

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    • Maricela Pizarro KISSIMMEE, FL
      • over 2 years ago

      Signing because I"m on the same boat.

      Please sign my petition

      http://www.change.org/petitions/stop-the-deportation-of-my-husband-attila-tasi-a201-179-895

      Thank you!!

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    • Rick Tormala GRAND RAPIDS, MI
      • over 2 years ago

      In the name of Justice!

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    • jesus mendoza HOLLAND, MI
      • almost 3 years ago

      i believe Manuel deserves a chance to be reunited with his family and to have a future in this great country.

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    • William Burd HART, MI
      • almost 3 years ago

      Manuel is a good person that was brought here at a young age. He is a hard worker and has been a great help to his mother over the years raising his younger brothers.

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    • Bradley Youngstrom GRAND RAPIDS, MI
      • almost 3 years ago

      Manuel and his family lived above my small business in down town Hart. Over the years there I grew to know them and could see what a hard working young man he was ans his family was. He helped his Mother and brothers more then any young tenage boy would do. We are a better state and country by having Manuel here with us.

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