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Petitioning Assistant Secretary to ICE John Morton and 4 others

Stop Deportation of Anees Sous, Father of Six U.S. Citizens


Anees has been living in the United States continuously for over 27 years.  He is married with 6 U.S. born children (7, 13, 16, 17, 19, and 20.)  Anees has been struggling in immigration court for years, DHS (Department of Homeland Secuirity) ordered that he will be deported from the country.  Anees's oldest daughter will be able to petition for him in July.

 

 

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Please sign and send this letter, urging DHS Janet Napolitano, John Morton (Assistant Secretary to ICE), Senator Carl Levin, and Representative John Conyer to step in and stop the deportation of Anees.  

Please sign the petition and send to your family and friends.

Actions:

1.   Sign THIS petition which will be hand-delivered to targets.

Call-in Script to Congress:

"Hi, I am calling in support of Anees Sous (A#91-492-027), he is a father of 6 U.S. born children, the oldest of whom will be 21 in July. He is a very good father to his kids, a supportive member of the community and should not be deported.  Anees has lived in the U.S. for more than 27 years. He paid his taxes and never committed any crimes.

Please introduce a private bill for him and call and write DHS, ask them to stop his deportation.

Thank you."

Letter to
Assistant Secretary to ICE John Morton
Director of Department of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano
Representative Gary Peters 2
and 2 others
Senator Carl Levin
Senator Debbie Stabenow
We the undersigned humbly ask you to take action to immediately stop the deportation of Anees Sous (A#91-492-027). A horrible injustice has befallen Anees, a loyal family man and a beloved father of six US born children. His deportation is shocking and devastating to his family and community. He has been in the United States for over 27 years.

He entered into the United States as a student and later made it his home. Since Anees's arrival in the USA as a young man from Palestine in 1982, he has done what millions of immigrants have done to help build this country through hard work. He has been struggling in immigration courts for years. He has never done anything against the law; he paid his taxes and he has never committed any crimes. There will be severe hardships in the prolonged separation of Anees and the rest of the family.

Please do not let that happen. Anees's children deserve to live in a stable family. This is a country that values building strong families. Anees exemplifies of what it truly means to be an American. Please don't prevent him from living the American dream. We have faith in the system. We wish that Anees will stay and unite his family. We ask you to immediately act on Anees's case. We urge you to stop the deportation of Anees Sous, and keep his family united in the United States of America.

Sincerely,