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Petitioning Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano and 3 others
This petition will be delivered to:
Secretary of Homeland Security
Janet Napolitano
ICE Assistant Director
John Morton
Senator
Chris Murphy
Senator
Richard Blumenthal

Don't Deport DREAMer Paulina Krynska

2,681
Supporters

Paulina Krynska and her family live in our neighborhood and as soon as I met her we became great friends. Paulina has become a large part of my life and many others as well.

When Paulina was a young child she was moved here by her parents from Poland for better medical care as well as a better life. She was not at an age to yet know what she wanted in life. She wants to stay here, at home. The only real home she has known has been in America.

She went to school here and onto to college. She went to work here. She made friends here. She made her life here. She has no criminal record. She was forced to take the choice of voluntary departure. The same day she went through the voluntary departure procedure, the Department of Homeland Security announced new guidelines to not prioritize the deportations of DREAMers and it was too late for her to take advantage of this.

"To send her out of The United States at this point in her life would be like sending my own US born daughter out of the United States. She would be lost!"

This girl just wants to stay in the only country she calls home. This country is supposed to be there for those who pursue happiness and freedom. Hers is being ripped from her.

Please help to keep Paulina here with us.

 


Letter to
Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano
ICE Assistant Director John Morton
Senator Chris Murphy
and 1 other
Senator Richard Blumenthal
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Let's Keep Paulina Home.

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Allow Paulina Krynska A #098-483-736 to stay in the US

Paulina Krynska A #098-483-736 and her family lives in our neighborhood and as soon as I met her we became great friends. Over the years that has developed into a very strong bond. Paulina has become a large part of my life and many others as well.

When Paulina was a young child she was moved here by her parents from Poland. She was not at an age to yet know what she wanted in life. Now she is. She wants to stay here, at home. The only real home she has known has been in America.

She went to school here and onto to college. She went to work here. She made friends here. She made her life here.

To send her out of The United States at this point in her life would be like sending my own US born daughter out of the United States. She would be lost!

This girl just wants to stay in the only country she calls home. This country is supposed to be there for those who pursue happiness and freedom. Her’s is being ripped from her.

Please help to keep Paulina here with us.


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Sincerely,