Petition for Pardon

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Stacy Le started this petition to Governor Gavin Newsom

Binh Le first  came to America in 1985, and had to adjust to a whole new life. As an immigrant attending school for the first time and unable to speak the language, he was constantly being bullied. Unfortunately he made friends with the wrong crowd which lead him to make the wrong decisions. Binh was 17 years old when he got convicted of a felony in the State Of California. He served his time and is remorseful for the crime he committed. While incarcerated he made a promise to himself, his family, and society that when he is released to never run into the law again.

Binh has been a law-abiding citizen since his release in October 2000. Since the day he was released he started working right away to help his family out.  He is now married and has been with his wife for 20 years, they also have a daughter who is 4 years old . Binh also has a step son who is 25 years old that he raised since the boy was 5 years old.

Binh now has to face an order to leave the country that he has grownup in most of his life and knows no other place besides here which he calls home. He would be leaving behind the whole family, his parents, wife and kids. He is the sole caretaker of his family. Without him here it will be a burden for them.

 

Please help me sign this petition and ask Governor Gavin Newsom to Pardon Binh Le so that his deportation may be prevented.

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