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ICE: Please stop trying to deport my brother in law back to Nicaragua

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My fiance and I finally were able to take our first family vacation with his brother and his wife! We decided to go to Orlando, FL. From day one we have the worst customer service at Seralargo Hotel. My brother in law's wife got a great deal through Groupon so that's why we decided to go. Well day one we had bed-bugs. We have a one year old son and my brother in law has a 6 year old daughter and a 3 month old daughter so there was no way we can let them sleep on that mattress. We decided to report the problem and they didn't believe us until a worker came and we showed him the bugs. We got different rooms. Then they said to throw our clothes away and they would give us money to buy new clothes but ended up changing their mind and giving us coins to wash our clothes instead. Well one night my fiance and his brother took the kids to play in the arcade and apparently the Cuban lady had a problem with the kids being too loud and my brother in law being loud, so she called the cops why i have no idea noise disturbance is what we were told. Well the cops came and basically took him in while we are on vacation. He lives in Kentucky and he used to live in Miami, FL. They told him he had a bench warrant for something that his lawyer was suppose to take care of a long time ago like over 7 years ago. Now he's at a facility in Jacksonville, FL. His wife had to get back to work and so did we. His whole family is here there is no way he can go back to Nicaragua. He has no one over there. No family. His mom lives in Miami. His wife and daughters in Kentucky. His brother in Georgia. It's just heartbreaking how our first family vacation turned out to be a living nightmare. Please sign my petition to let my brother in law stay with his family.

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