Urgent: Stop deportation on my husband
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My husband Franklin was born in Honduras, a country of violence and gang wars. He saw a lot of violence in his younger years growing up there and as his family was poor he was not able to obtain an education. He came to America over 13 years ago for a safer life where people were not getting brutally murdered. Honduras is a very dangerous country and he wanted a chance of not living in fear and a chance for a better life.
September 16, 2017, the day of our daughter’s 15th birthday party, Franklin was detained by police for an immigration hold. My heart dropped with the news that immigration wanted to pick him up. Holding back my tears, I went to our daughters quinceanera without him. I tried to pretend everything was ok until after the party to break the news to our children.
We are a happily married couple with three amazing children. He makes me laugh, he is there when I cry, cares for me when I am sick, and helped support me emotionally and finically through school. Franklin is a loving family man and hard worker supporting us with his landscaping and labor business. He helps the older generation with chores they are not able to do anymore so they can stay at home as long as possible. Franklin has touched the hearts of so many people’s lives in a way they consider him like family. He is currently detained with immigration to be deported back to Honduras where he fled from. Coping with this situation has been one of the hardest challenges. We are on constant edge knowing they will deport him and tear him away from our family and the consequence of no future being uneducated, to a life of poverty, and possibly being murdered. No words can describe the torture this has put us through. I rely on my husband to be here for me, he is my back bone, and the other half of my soul.
Please join me in asking Immigration and Customs Enforcement to stop Franklin’s deportation and allow him to pursue resident status in the U.S. so that Franklin A. Castro-Sandoval can stay in the U.S. with his wife and children.
Please help Franklin return to his loving family. Thank you for your support.
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