Petition Closed

Mario Guevara's political asylum was denied on June 21, 2012. He is supposed to leave the country by August 20th; of the current year. The judge also requested a bail of $1,500.00. Mario came in March of 2004, he has plenty of media samples to proof the attacks that he suffered in El Salvador; yet all of them were not taken into account. In addition the judge stated that it is safe now for him to return. Mario and his wife Miriam E. Saenz, and their children have made a home in the United States. To take them to a country where apparently there are no political problems is not wise to do so. We fear that if he goes back something may happen to him or to his family. Mario happens to be great at his work. He works for the most important Hispanic newspaper in Georgia, Mundo Hispanico, and a part of The Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Please help Mario Guevara and his family to stay in this country!

 

Letter to
U.S. Immigration Court Atlanta, GA Judge Earl B. Wilson
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano
U.S. House of Representatives
and 5 others
U.S. Senate
Georgia State House
Georgia State Senate
President of the United States
Georgia Governor
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Secretary of Homeland Security Madam Janet Napolitano
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STOP DEPORTATION OF MARIO GUEVARA AND HIS FAMILY

Mario Guevara's political asylum was denied on June 21, 2012. He is supposed to leave the country by August 20th; of the current year. The judge also requested a bail of $1,500.00. Mario came in March of 2004, he has plenty of media samples to proof the attacks that he suffered in El Salvador; yet all of them were not taken into account. In addition the judge stated that it is safe now for him to return. Mario and his wife Miriam E. Saenz, and their children have made a home in the United States. To take them to a country where apparently there are no political problems is not wise to do so. We fear that if he goes back something may happen to him or to his family. Mario happens to be great at his work. He works for the most important Hispanic newspaper in Georgia, Mundo Hispanico, and a part of The Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Please sign the petition so the Guevara family may stay in this country.
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Sincerely,