Sugrat Mohamed should be released from immigration detention!
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Sugrat Mohamed was detained on February 20 during a routine check-in appointment at the ICE office in Manchester NH. Sugrat arrived to the US as a six year old child, fleeing war-torn Sudan with his mother and siblings. In the more than 20 years he has lived here, his home country has split into two and remains divided in a bitter war. Following an order of deportation several years ago, ICE detained him twice while they tried, unsuccessfully, to deport him to Sudan.
He has been checking in regularly to his deportation officer for five years, and in that time he has become a father and breadwinner for his family. To be suddenly detained yet again so that ICE can try again to secure travel documents for him, from a country that does not recognize him as a citizen, is cruel and pointless. His family wants him home with them so that they can be together for whatever time they have left.
Please contact ICE to demand that Sugrat be released from detention, and be allowed to await his deportation at home with his family in Manchester, NH. Tell them that Sugrat should be at home with his family, and that his detention is unnecessary and cruel since he is complying with ICE's attempt to remove him.
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