Release Manuel Marron and Stop his deportation

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Maricela Pizarro
10 years ago
Signing because I"m on the same boat.

Please sign my petition

http://www.change.org/petitions/stop-the-deportation-of-my-husband-attila-tasi-a201-179-895

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Rick Tormala
10 years ago
In the name of Justice!

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jesus mendoza
10 years ago
i believe Manuel deserves a chance to be reunited with his family and to have a future in this great country.

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William Burd
10 years ago
Manuel is a good person that was brought here at a young age. He is a hard worker and has been a great help to his mother over the years raising his younger brothers.

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Bradley Youngstrom
10 years ago
Manuel and his family lived above my small business in down town Hart. Over the years there I grew to know them and could see what a hard working young man he was ans his family was. He helped his Mother and brothers more then any young tenage boy would do. We are a better state and country by having Manuel here with us.

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Rosario Martinez
10 years ago
Although, I don't personally know Manuel,
He has lived here all his life and has not demonstrated any illegal behavior! The reason he was detained should be against the law. How can his detention be justified?

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francisco guerra
10 years ago
President Obama is signing the DREAM ACT and he deserves dues process of the law under the United States Consitution. please contact Dr Jose Flores in Grand rapids @ La Voz News Paper
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Bryan Grochowski
10 years ago
Discretion should be used. We shouldn't be spending limited resources on deporting upstanding community members.

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Octavio Vargas
10 years ago
Unless the immigration laws change I will not consider the US a free country. A repressive government that cannot deal with internal issues (for example dealing with millions of illegal workers, yes workers helping out the US economy) do not deserve to be called a free country. Why aren't millions of foos stamp collectors not returned to "their" home country.?

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Frances Vidaurri
10 years ago
Having ''entered'' the US illegally as a child does not make you a criminal nor should one be held accountable. Why don't we focus on the real US citizens who are breaking the law!!