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Petitioning U.S. immigration

Stop the deportation of Mohammad Anwarul Islam


359
Supporters

 Please take immediate action and sign. Mohammad Anwarul Islam has considered himself an American, yet he is being forced to leave his country. If his deportation does take place,  all his kids' lives will put in jeopardy. Going back to Bangladesh will leave his 3 young children, who are all American citizens, without a father, and a with a broken family. He has 3 daughters, one is 5 years old and the other 2 are twins that are 19 months old. Mr. Islam is currently detained in SS County New Jersey. Where he is now anticipated for deportation to Bangladesh. Please help us.

WITHOUT DELAY, PLEASE TAKE IMMEDIATE ACTION AND MAKE A PHONE CALL :

Call Joseph 718- 779- 1400

Call ICE -John Morton (202-732-3000) 

 Call DHS - Janet Napolitano (202-282-8495) 

 

Sample Script: "Hi, I am calling to ask that the deportation of Mohammad Anwarul Islam be stopped. Mohammad Anwarul Islam has considered himself an American, yet he is being forced to leave his country. If his deportation does take place,  all his kids' lives will put in jeopardy. Going back to Bangladesh will leave his 3 young children without a father, and a with a broken family.

If deported to Bangladesh, Mohammad Anwarul Islam 3 children will lose their father, and their support. Their lives will become very difficult. Please take immediate action to stop his deportation.

 

Letter to
U.S. immigration
I just signed the following petition addressed to: U.S. immigration.

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Stop the deportation of Mohammad Anwarul Islam

This is very important. Mohammad Anwarul Islam has considered himself an American, yet he is being forced to leave his country. If his deportation does take place, all his kids' lives will put in jeopardy. Going back to Bangladesh will leave his 3 young children without a father, and a with a broken family.

If deported to Bangladesh, Mohammad Anwarul Islam 3 children will lose their father, and their support. Their lives will become very difficult. Please take immediate action to stop his deportation.


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Sincerely,