Petition Closed

My husband Raul has been going through the process to gain his permanent residency. He was brought here when he was 2 years old and his family was misinformed about his eligibility to receive his residency and citizenship as a child. We got married January of 2011 and have been doing the right thing to make sure he is here legally since. We were just told that we "did not provide enough evidence of hardship" and will have to wait a year for him to come home. This is more difficult than I could ever express, were it not for my mom and dad I would be homeless and jobless right now. I have a job in Texas I am moving to take and the company was holding a job for Raul as well. Now that the government will not let him come home I don't know how I am going to afford to live because the job I am taking will not pay enough to pay all my bills. If they do not allow him to come home I might very well end up homeless.

Letter to
United States Immigration Services United States Immigration Services
U.S. House of Representatives
U.S. Senate
and 3 others
Arizona State House
Arizona State Senate
President of the United States
Thank you for signing the petition to bring my husband home. Although I alone don't know how much good I can do, maybe with your support we can convince our government to bring not only my husband but those who are in similar situation home to their families.


I just signed the following petition addressed to: United States USCIS.

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Let Raul Velazquez Come Home

My husband Raul has been going through the process to gain his permanent residency. He was brought here when he was 2 years old and his family was misinformed about his eligibility to receive his residency and citizenship as a child. We got married January of 2011 and have been doing the right thing to make sure he is here legally since. We were just told that we "did not provide enough evidence of hardship" and will have to wait a year for him to come home. This is more difficult than I could ever express, were it not for my mom and dad I would be homeless and jobless right now. I have a job in Texas I am moving to take and the company was holding a job for Raul as well. Now that the government will not let him come home I don't know how I am going to afford to live because the job I am taking will not pay enough to pay all my bills. If they do not allow him to come home I might very well end up homeless.
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Sincerely,
Elizabeth Velazquez