Obama & the US government: An improved path in immigration reform for those already deported.
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The White House
Obama & the US government
DHS
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano
Speaker of the House
John Boehner
President of the United States
U.S. House of Representatives
U.S. Senate
Illinois-04
Rep. Luis Gutierrez

Obama & the US government: An improved path in immigration reform for those already deported.

    1. Petition by

      ADIR (Already Deported Immigration Reform)

ADIR (Already Deported Immigration Reform). Include an improved path in new immigration reform for those already deported. The upcoming reform is based on family unity, but there are many of us who have been crying, praying, wishing, fighting, voting, and so on for OUR reform because we have already been torn away from husbands, fathers, mothers, daughters, sons, caregivers, fiances, best friends, breadwinners, workers, grandparents, ...We are now struggling between two countries. Some of our families are of mixed citizenship. Kids are torn from their fathers or up rooted to a life they don't understand. Disabled wives are now on welfare programs just to survive. Wives & mothers are struggling to survive. Phone bills are outrageous. The longing for those we love is worse. Some of don't know how we will survive even now! Some have tried to move with them (I personally ended up in the ER twice & almost died out of my country) Please hear our cries. We want our loved ones back too, even if they've already been torn away. It wasn't right. Fix this too. Help us also in the new reform!

To:
Obama & the US government, The White House
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, DHS
John Boehner, Speaker of the House
President of the United States
U.S. House of Representatives
U.S. Senate
Rep. Luis Gutierrez, Illinois-04
Create an improved path in immigration reform for those already deported.

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • randy ramsahai PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
      • 3 months ago

      I grew up in the US been deported for 15yrs now my family miss and worry about me constantly and most of them are US CITIZENS, come on give us a chance....

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    • Jennifer Love MEXICO
      • 3 months ago

      My husband was deported from the US only for living and working without documentation. We live in Mexico now but our home and my family is in Indiana. Having to choose between my husband and my family is not a choice anyone should have to make. We have no recourse and cannot return to the US together for at least 20 years. Common sense tells me that this punishment does not fit the offense committed by my husband. We are law-abiding, hard-working people and would have fixed this long ago if we had the chance. Please help us to reunite my family.

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    • Christi Kurta FLINT, TX
      • 8 months ago

      My husband voluntarily deport 5 years ago, October 2008. My son and I are have not seen him in 2 yrs. Those are just facts, I can't, won't, even describe the emotions. No words can be strong enough.

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    • Elisabeth Parker SAN JOSE, CA
      • 9 months ago

      Any one who supports "family values" should support reuniting families. Why should we deny citizenship to people who are already living and working here? We have plenty of room and definitely need more folks legally participating in our workforce to make up for our rapidly aging population.

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      • 9 months ago

      my family

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