Confirmed victory
Petitioning (FL) Sen. Bill Nelson and 10 others

Ask ICE to use their Discretion and Grant Patricia's Stay of Removal

Patricia Uram has dedicated her life to helping others. Throughout her twenty (20) plus years in the United States, Patricia has been a model of good character. She has volunteered her time with Calvary Chapel, Catholic Charities, Broward Sherrif’s Office (with Sheriff Ken Jenne and with Sheriff Al Lamberti), The American Red Cross, St. Gregory’s Catholic Church, the National Multiple Scelorisis Society, and many other organizations.

Unfortunately, her request and appeal for asylum was recently denied; nevertheless, she still fears returning to her native country of Colombia. Through her generous example of giving and volunteering, Patricia has touched many lives and it is clear that she will continue benefiting this country with her dedication and her work if DHS/ICE utilizes their prosecutorial discretion in granting her request for a stay of removal.

After you have signed, please take a Moment to Call DHS. Secretary of DHS: Janet Napolitano # (703) 235-0854; Director of ICE: John Morton # (202) 732-3000; Internal Affairs: Nicole Nava’s # (786) 387-8230. Say: "Hi, I am calling to ask you to exercise discretion under the John Morton memo and GRANT Patricia Uram's request for a Stay of Removal. Her A# is 087-925-280. Thank you very much."

Letter to
(FL) Sen. Bill Nelson
U.S. House of Representatives
Senator Marco Rubio
and 8 others
Representative Alcee Hastings
Representative Mario Diaz-Balart
Senator Bill Nelson
Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano
Department of Internal Affairs Nicole Navas
Director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement John Morton
daniel yibirin
U.S. Senate
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Patricia Uram.

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Ask ICE to use their Discretion and Grant Patricia's Stay of Removal

Patricia Uram has dedicated her life to helping others. Throughout her twenty (20) plus years in the United States, Patricia has been a model of good character. She has volunteered her time with Calvary Chapel, Catholic Charities, Broward Sherrif’s Office (with Sheriff Ken Jenne and with Sheriff Al Lamberti), The American Red Cross, St. Gregory’s Catholic Church, the National Multiple Scelorisis Society, and many other organizations.

Unfortunately, her request and appeal for asylum was recently denied; nevertheless, she still has a real and genuine fear of returning to her native country of Colombia. Through her generous example of giving and volunteering, Patricia has touched many lives and it is clear that she will continue benefiting this country with her dedication and her work if DHS/ICE utilizes their prosecutorial discretion in granting her request for a stay of removal.

Patricia possesses at least eleven (11) of the positive factors that are outlined in the Morton Memo. Aside from her current immigration status, she has NO negative factors. As such, this would indicate an ideal case for the exercise of prosecutorial discretion.

Sincerely,