Another Low-Priortiy Deportation: Anibal Could Be Deported This Week!
URGENT: Anibal could be deported as early as this week. The most vulnerable individuals in Anibal's family are his one year old twins! If he's deported, not only will he be separated from his family but his 5 children will suffer emotionally and financially.
To help us stop Anibal's deportation, please sign the petition to your right and make a phone call!
TAKE ACTION - MAKE A CALL:
Call ICE – John Morton @ 202.732.3000
Sample Script: “"Hi, I am calling to ask the deportation of Anibal Perez Hernandez (A# 205-01-3437) be canceled. Anibal has twins who will celebrate their first birthday the day after Anibal’s court date. His family can barely support themselves without Anibal. The lives of his family of 6 are at risk unless Anibal is allowed to stay in the U.S.”
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To: Deputy Field Office Director of Detention and Removal, David Bradley; Officer for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, Margo Schlanger; DCR Officer, Michael Meade; Miami ICE ERO Office Director, Marc Moore; Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security, John Morton; and Secretary of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano:
We, the undersigned, write to request that you take immediate action to stop the deportation of Anibal Perez Hernandez (A# 205-01-3437).
Anibal has been in the United States for 6 years. In that time, he met his partner, Ingrid, and became a father figure to her three children. He has done nothing but work hard to support his family, and as of four months ago, became the proud father of twins.
His wife and five children are now suffering – one child is already in therapy for the trauma of losing her father, and all of them are living hand to mouth, because Anibal’s wife is doing the best she can to take care of five children, keep the lights on, and make sure there’s bread on the table.
Ingrid, Anibal’s partner, came to the United States for no other reason than to find her son that was stolen from her. She is also a survivor of domestic violence, both in her native country and here in the United States. Despite having overcome so many obstacles in her life, Ingrid and Anibal have provided shelter, food, and a loving environment for their 5 children. This supportive environment will be at risk if Anibal is deported. The most vulnerable individuals in Anibal’s family are his 2 four-month-old twins. Without Anibal, Ingrid will have to raise them on her own and they won’t know their father.
Alejandra is Ingrid’s 14 year old daughter. She’s a good student, caring sister, and for all intents and purposes, Anibal is her father. He loves her like she was his own, and would do anything to support her endeavors as a growing teenager. Alejandra has now been sent to therapy through her school for the trauma of losing one of her parents – Anibal. Neither Ingrid, Anibal, nor their community want to see Alejandra or her 4 siblings suffer, but this will be a permanent reality if Anibal is deported.
According to the memo issued by John Morton, Anibal is not a priority for deportation and should be granted favorable exercise of prosecutorial discretion.
We, the undersigned, urge you to stop the deportation of Anibal Perez Hernandez (A# 205-01-3437).