Update from Jose's wife, Jeresia:
Jose's case was reopened! What they said could not be accomplished has been. Jose has court again on 3/22/12 in Orlando where he hopes to obtain prosecutorial discretion. This would administratively close his pending deportation case, but does not grant his a status change.
However, if this occurs, and pending the implementation of the new process change Obama recently announced, Jose may be able to stay with his family while he attempts to adjust status. The fight is not over but we are winning little by little!
Please keep us in your prayers and share our petition!
Jose is the father of 2 U.S. citizen children with his wife. Their second daughter was born 8 weeks premature and requires constant medical care and the support of both Jose and his wife. If he's deported, he will be separated from them, as well as his wife's 3 older U.S. citizen children, who love and miss him.
Make a call to ICE: 202.732.3000 or 202-732-3100
Sample Script: "Hi, I am calling to ask that the deportation of Jose Luis Noris (A# 099-161-059) be stopped. Jose has lived in the U.S. for the past 10 years and is married to his U.S. citizen wife. They have 2 U.S. citizen children together, one who requires constant medical care. Please don't separate this family. Don't deport Jose."
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On December 15th, Jose attended his regular appointment with ICE. However, on this day, he was informed that he must report on January 17th with a copy of his passport and scheduled travel for his deportation back to Mexico. If Jose is deported, he will be separated from his U.S. citizen wife and 2 U.S. citizen children, one of whom requires constant medical attention.
Jose came to the United States in 2001, over ten years ago, and has lived in Georgia ever since. Jose met his wife in 2007 and they had their first child in 2010; a boy who is now 19 months old. The day after ICE agents arrived at the family’s home to put Jose on an Order of Supervision, Jose’s wife was rushed to the hospital where she delivered their daughter 8 weeks premature. The baby spent 4 weeks in the NICU and requires constant medical visits for her well-being.
Jose meets most of the factors listed in the Morton memo, which should merit a favorable exercise of prosecutorial discretion. Jose is also a wonderful step-father to his wife’s 3 older children, who are also U.S. citizens. Jose’s deportation will severely impact the lives of 6 American citizens and will force this family to be separated.
I urge you to immediately stop the deportation of Jose Luis Noris (A# 099-161-059).