Keep This Man From Being Deported To a Country He Doesn't Know, Away From His Loved Ones

Keep This Man From Being Deported To a Country He Doesn't Know, Away From His Loved Ones

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Cole Dazell started this petition to President Donald J. Trump and

Chhoy Noun was detained April 18th after years of living in the U.S. as a lawful permanent resident. He responded to a phone call from ICE to come into their office in Saint Paul, MN, and at this moment, he and his family's world turned upside down. He was detained with the intent of deportation back to Cambodia; a country he has no ties to — a country he doesn't even know.

Chhoy was born in a refugee camp where he lived a life of poverty until he was 4 years old. His family fled Cambodia with the intent of creating a better life. More than two decades ago, he committed a crime and served his time. But thanks to Immigration reform from 1996, he is being stripped of his status for having been convicted of a crime two decades ago. He is being punished a second time, this time with deportation.

Today, Chhoy is a gracious man who loves unconditionally. He is a son, brother, husband, father, uncle, neighbor and friend. All who know him, know he is a caring, passionate father. He is a family man, who brings a smile to the faces of people he encounters because he cares and wants to bring happiness to every person he meets!

He cares for his high-achieving daughters Skye and Alaysia, his parents and people in the neighborhood and community. He does not hesitate to volunteer and makes himself available to people when they ask for his help. He is a good citizen that contributes to his community and should remain here with his family. Separating families is wrong and needs to be stopped!

Chhoy has made strides to change his life around for the better. Please sign this petition to keep his family together.

 

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