Director of ICE John Morton, Janet Napolitano, & Atlanta Field Office: Release the Ice Hold on loving Husband & Father Octavio Guevara Vera.
  • Petitioned Janet Napolitano

This petition was delivered to:

DHS Secretary
Janet Napolitano
Director of ICE
John Morton
ICE Assistant Field Officer
J.D Thorpe

Director of ICE John Morton, Janet Napolitano, & Atlanta Field Office: Release the Ice Hold on loving Husband & Father Octavio Guevara Vera.

    1. Jennifer Guevara
    2. Petition by

      Jennifer Guevara

      Fort Valley, GA

April 2013


From Jennifer: Thanks everyone for signing my petition. My husband was released on bond:-) This whole situation is far from over but at least he's at home with us. Each of your signatures played a role in making this happen, so once again thank you very much!!!

Octavio Guevara Vera was just on his way to work so he could provide for his family as usual, when he was pulled over by a Peach County Sheriff's Officer & arrested for having no license. Octavio is married to an American Citizen, has two American born children, & three American born step chilldren, all who depend on him for their well being. Octavio qualifies for prosecutorial discretion. His bond has been paid, but he has still not been released because of the Ice Hold. I am asking that you please release your hold, so that Octavio can be reunited with his family. After signing please take a moment to make to call the following people, ask that they please release they're hold on Octavio Guevara Vera A# A205790044 who qualifies for Prosecutorial Discretion.

Director of Ice John Morton (202)732-3000 or (202)732-3001

DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano (703)235-0854

Atlanta Field Office (404)893-1210

Thanks everyone for your support.

Janet Napolitano, DHS Secretary
John Morton, Director of ICE
J.D Thorpe, ICE Assistant Field Officer
Please release the Ice Hold on loving Husband & Father Octavio Guevara Vera A# A205790044. Octavio has been married to a US Citizen for two years, and has two US Citizen children, who need him very much. Octavio Qualifies for Prosecutorial Discretion. Please release your hold & reunite him with his family. Urbies 4 yrs old & Bella 18 mos miss their daddy:-(

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Recent signatures


    1. Reached 100 signatures
    2. Well the hold was not released:-(

      Jennifer Guevara
      Petition Organiser

      Hey everyone Ice came and picked Octavio up this mornin. He is now at the Stewart Detention Center, even further away from us:-( I appreciate all ur guys help. Please keep helping me to get more signatures so my husband and children's daddy can come home.

    3. Reached 50 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Aylene Sepulveda HUNTSVILLE, AL
      • over 1 year ago

      Seperating thes children from their father is cruel and unjust. These are citizens that rely on their father for support as minors. Please don't punish this family and please release Octavio.

    • Magen Stone ONEONTA, AL
      • over 1 year ago

      No family should be torn apart, he is not a criminal! -guide him in a way to make his citizenship legal....God bless the family..., send him back to his children!

    • Ashley Harrison FORT VALLEY, GA
      • over 1 year ago

      I feel like there are just to many families that are incomplete with out the father figure in the house hold and for him to be held for something a little as this charge. There are many other harden crimanal out there that could be using the cell that he is holding for what nothing really serious. I satand behind his wife with the decision that she has made if it were me I would do the same for my husband and children.

    • robert vickery ZOLFO SPRINGS, FL
      • over 1 year ago

      he is family and he provides for his family

    • Rebeka Solorza COCOA, FL
      • over 1 year ago

      Family was an institution created by God to be together. Parents need their children and children need their parents, because of this separation the kids are the ones affected.


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