Don't Deport Jose Luis Noris, Husband and Father of 2 US Citizen Children!
  • Petitioned Cecilia Munoz

This petition was delivered to:

Director of Inter Govermental Office
Cecilia Munoz
Secretary of Homeland Security
Janet Napolitano
Director, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
John T. Morton

Don't Deport Jose Luis Noris, Husband and Father of 2 US Citizen Children!

    1. Petition by

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Update from Jose's wife, Jeresia:

Jose's case was reopened! What they said could not be accomplished has been. Jose has court again on 3/22/12 in Orlando where he hopes to obtain prosecutorial discretion. This would administratively close his pending deportation case, but does not grant his a status change.

However, if this occurs, and pending the implementation of the new process change Obama recently announced, Jose may be able to stay with his family while he attempts to adjust status. The fight is not over but we are winning little by little!

Please keep us in your prayers and share our petition!

Jose is the father of 2 U.S. citizen children with his wife. Their second daughter was born 8 weeks premature and requires constant medical care and the support of both Jose and his wife. If he's deported, he will be separated from them, as well as his wife's 3 older U.S. citizen children, who love and miss him.

Make a call to ICE: 202.732.3000 or 202-732-3100

Sample Script: "Hi, I am calling to ask that the deportation of Jose Luis Noris (A# 099-161-059) be stopped. Jose has lived in the U.S. for the past 10 years and is married to his U.S. citizen wife. They have 2 U.S. citizen children together, one who requires constant medical care. Please don't separate this family. Don't deport Jose."

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    News

    1. Reached 1,000 signatures
    2. Good News: Jose's Case Was Reopened!

      Update from Jose's wife, Jeresia:

      Jose's case was reopened! What they said could not be accomplished has been. Jose has court again on 3/22/12 in Orlando where he hopes to obtain prosecutorial discretion. This would administratively close his pending deportation case, but does not grant his a status change.

      However, if this occurs, and pending the implementation of the new process change Obama recently announced, Jose may be able to stay with his family while he attempts to adjust status. The fight is not over but we are winning little by little! Please keep us in your prayers and share our petition!

      GRACIAS TODOS!!!

    3. Reached 750 signatures

    Supporters

    Reasons for signing

    • Francisco Morales RINCON, GA
      • over 2 years ago

      To give voice, to the voiceless. To stop ignorance, hypocrisy, bigotry, To keep families together.

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    • Robbie Cooke FORT PIERCE, FL
      • over 2 years ago

      I know Jose, Jeresia & their children. He should be allowed to stay in the country which is why I am signing the petition for Jose Luis Noris (A#099-161-059) to stay in the United States.

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      • over 2 years ago

      Is he currently in custody?

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    • Jean Graham EWING, NJ
      • over 2 years ago

      Families should not be split up! Children (and these children are U.S. citizens) should not be punished for a mistake made by a parent before their birth!

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    • Jose Jeannie Cruz HESIKELL, TN
      • over 2 years ago

      PLEAASE DON'T KEEP THE FAMILY APART THE KIDS NEEDS A FATHER IN THEIR LIFE AND THE WIFE NEEDS HER HUSBAND MY PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU AT ALL TIMES JEANNIE AND JOSE CRUZ

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