Petition update

UPDATE

Richard Hujber
Boynton Beach, FL, United States

Jul 23, 2018 — We know a lot of people are asking about the status of Javier's important and compelling case. On July 3rd, DHS/ICE issued a new reinstatement of his old order of deportation from December of 2001. Since we have the absolute right to contest and respond to this important document, we are filing a second (2nd) petition for review with the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta, Georgia this week. We will join it with our prior petition filed after the first reinstatement was finally given to us a couple of months ago (even though it was allegedly reinstated 4 years ago in 2014). We will also be filing our response to this new reinstatement, setting forth our numerous compelling argument as to why this reinstatement is illegal, invalid, and contrary to DHS's own rules and regulations. Finally, we will be filing a new request to vacate this reinstatement (and the prior order from 2001) with DHS/ICE. The next 10 days or so will be critically important, and we continue to thank all of the supporters of this family and their compelling case. We continue to encourage those interested to contact DHS/ICE. The information for the various officials - as well as members of Congress - are listed in the petition.

We have also received notice that we may be receiving a decision soon on our request for humanitarian parole filed with DHS over a month ago.

Thank you again for all of your support!!

Richard Hujber, Esq.
rhujber@hujberlaw.com


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