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Kokou Awlime is a devoted father and valuable community member who is facing immediate deportation. Deporting Kokou from the U.S. would devastate his children, partner, and community. It would benefit no one.

Please join me in asking DHS to consider family and community values and stop Kokou’s deportation immediately.

I have known Kokou for three years and have come to learn his humble manner, hardworking, and family and community value. Kokou has contributed to our work and community projects financially and spiritually.  I believe that the removal of Kokou will be a loss to the community and create extreme hardship on his family. Kokou is a father, a brother, a husband, a worker, and a valuable community member. Kokou wants to stay and to be with his family especially his two citizen children and see them grow.

Please reach out to as many people as you can and urge them to sign the petition. We can stop this injustice.

Letter to
Newark Field Office Director John Tsoukaris
Secretary, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Janet Napolitano
Immigration and Customs Enforcement, DHS John Morton
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Janet Napolitano, John Morton and John Tsoukaris.

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Stop Deportation of Kokou

I am writing to ask that you grant Kokou Awlime (A098-420-012) a stay of removal. Kokou is a devoted father and valuable community member who should stay with his family and see his children grow. Deportation of Kokou will devastate his children, partner, and community, and benefit no one. I urge you to consider family and community values and stop Kokou’s deportation.

Sincerely,