Help us stop unfair Deportation

Help us stop unfair Deportation

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Shavonnie Woods started this petition to White House and

In June, 2016 Creary Robinson was arrested on a felony charge. Creary was born and since entering the United States he been there twice. came United States with  his grandmother and father at the age of 7. He has been here for over 30 years, married to a citizen and has children who are citizens. Also, he is a care taker for his father who has serious health issues. Before Creary was labeled as a defendant or inmate, he was a son, father, husband, friend, and trusted family member of people whom he love dearly.  He has lived here and received his education in the United States, attended public school, and graduated with a high school diploma. Prior to Creary's anticipated release date, he hired a lawyer for his case, and he was never informed he would be facing deportation once sentencing was complete. His attorney had a duty to uphold the rights of his client, to inform him of the possibilities of what could happen.  The only expectation he had was to be released to his family in Florida. Deportation is in no way fair to Creary because he could face torture, police brutality and could be a set up for failure.  By the way, he does not have any family, relatives, or even friends in Jamaica. Creary served 60 months in the federal prison, his release date was supposed to be last year October 2020.  Then out of nowhere, ICE captured him and he is currently detained in one of their detention centers. While he has been incarcerated,  his family here in the United State has been a major support to him because we are all that he has. Creary has committed himself to make a change in his life, so while in prison he managed to secure two certificates for horticulture and for building trades. Now, Creary is waiting, anticipating, and ready to put his experience and knowledge to use to help his community as we struggle to overcome this atrocious pandemic. Creary has learned from his mistakes and deserves a second chance. We are in desperate need of help. This could be very devastating to his wife, children, father, and family. He’s currently awaiting a decision from the district court in southern Florida to vacate to his plea conviction. this decision would make a turn around in my immigration case. it would be a blessing and a fair decision to stay his deportation order until the district court judge render his decision. We need your support to advocate for Creary to be released without deportation as it is unfair for him to have to live in a place without any family or support, and more importantly, a country he knows nothing about.  

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