Stop the deportation of Victor Gomez. Victor came to the United States of America at the age of 16 for a better life. Victor has lived in Chicago for more than 17 years. He has been paying his taxes, never been on public assistance and has been supporting his family with his hard work, Victor has tried to always live right and Chicago is his only home. In the year 1997 he meet his Wife Dyan Blendowski-Gomez. They fell in love and got married in 2003. They have two beautiful Children Jasmine 9 and Gabriel 3. Victor has always been a very caring and responsible father to his children and a wonderful husband. Dyan petitioned for him to be given an opportunity to become legal so that he could continue to provide to his family in a more secure venue. In 2004, Victor hired an Immigration attorney to file the proper paper work with DHS. After several years of waiting for an answer they did not hear any news on their case, So In 2010 they hire a new attorney, this time Victor following the advice of his attorney returned to Mexico. In April of 2011 he left the United States to go to the American embassy in the City of Cd.Juarez, Mexico to get his visa. He came to a surprise that he could never imagine. He had to wait outside the United States for a long time before he could receive an answer about him returning to the United States. After talking to his wife and children over the phone, they made a tough decision that has cost him being in jail for more than 4 months. He could not wait for his visa to come. His wife Dyan and children were suffering extreme hardship. He felt the need to return to America without inspection. He was arrested in Texas and put in jail. Victor has been in detention for over 4 months, while his American wife and children are suffering very much in every way you can imagine. Victor is the only source income of support to his wife. Dyan emotionally hurt, she needs him back to raise their children together. The kids ask for their father every day and every day it gets harder for Dyan to explain to her children that they may not see their father for the next 10years. Families who have strong ties to the United States should not been separated. Victor is a great person and very sharp guy, definitely an asset to this country. Victor deserves a chance to the American Dream and he should not be deported. He needs to re-unite with his family. They deserve a great Christmas together. Their children "only want their daddy back", Victor meets the criteria’s that the Department of Homeland Security has issue and he is not a top priority. His two children are asking Santa to bring their father home. Please allow this wonderful family the opportunity of a better life in America. Victor meets many of the Morton memos “prosecutorial discretion guidelines. We are asking you to exorcise the prosecutorial discretion action and release Victor to his family.
Please take a few minutes to Call.
Secretary Janet Napolitano, # (703-235-0854)
Director of ICE, John Morton # (202-732-3000)
Internal Affairs, Nicole Navas, # (786-387-8230).
Say: "I am calling to ask that Victor Gomez deportation be stopped, and that he be granted discretion. His A number is A#200290695. Thank you.
release from prison/stop the deportation process.
His wife and family are suffering very much, his wife is a born american citizen and so are his children. Ever since he left, she lost her job and resourced to public Aid and her car got repossesed and can barely afford anything, she suffers from depresion and his children have already shown a decrease on their learning ability because they are very sad their dad is not around. My brother is a great person and loves his family, he is a hard worker and has been living in this country since he is 16yrs old. he is now 32. He also suffers from anxiety and the enviroment he is experiencing now in prison is not healthy for him. We need Help please.