Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) Director John Morton issued a memo stating that ICE personnel should exercise prosecutorial discretion in enforcement matters. Prosecutorial discretion would allow many people to stay in the country if they are not a threat to national security and have ties to their communities. Unfortunately, deportations continue to be at an all time high and many people who should be considered for prosecutorial discretion are still being deported. Families continue to be torn apart and there is no solution in the near future.
YESTERDAY IMMIGRATION RULES WAS CHANGED FOR RAIDS!!!..ICE HAD CAME TO MY HOME IN 2011 LOOKING FOR A FRIEND OF MY HUSBANDS MY SISTER WAS HOME AND WAS AFRAID AND AS SOON AS SHE ANSWERED THE DOOR NOT EVEN GIVING THEM PERMISSION TO ENTER..THEY BASHED IN UNFORTUNATLEY HIS FRIEND WAS LIVING WITH US AT THE TIME AND MY HUSBAND WAS SLEEPING AND HAD NO IDEA WHAT WAS GOING ON AS SOON AS HE WOKE UP HE WAS ALSO ARRESTED FOR NOT HAVING ANY IDENTIFICATION...PLEASE WE NEED OUR VOICES HEARD!!!
Call ICE - John Morton @ 202.732.3000
Sample Script: "Hi, I was calling to ask that the removal proceedings of Jose Zamudio-Monarres (A # 201 070 023) be stopped. Jose has been living in the United States for the past 9 years and is the husband of a U.S. citizen. If he is forced to voluntarily depart the country, he will be subject to the harsh 10 year ban. According to the Morton Memo, Jose is not a priority for deportation and should be allowed to stay. Don't deport Jose!!