Alfredo, Father of 3 U.S. Citizen Children, Could Be Deported Any Day!
URGENT: Alfredo Can Be Deported at Ant Time! Let Him Go!!
Alfredo Carrillo (A# 089-826-103), father of 3 US citizen children who has lived in the U.S. for 17 years was pulled over and detained for driving without a license in Arapaho County, Colorado. Currently Alfredo is being held in Otoro County Processing Center, NM. Although Alfredo was previously deported in 2008, due to the economic hardships his family was facing he returned in 2010. He is low priority and should be released.
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Call ICE Director John Morton (202) 732-3000
Sample Script: “ I am calling to urge ICE to release Alfredo Carrillo (A# 089-826-103), who is currently being held in Otero County Processing Center. Alfredo has been in the U.S. for over 16 years and has 3 U.S. citizen children that need the financial and emotional support of their father. Alfredo is low priority case that shouldn’t be detained. Let Alfredo Go!”
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To Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security, John Morton, and Secretary of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano:
I am writing to ask that you take immediate action to stop the deportation of Alfredo Eloy Carrillo Posada (A# 089-826-103) and release him from Otero County Processing Center.
Alfredo arrived in Aurora, Colorado from Mexico in 1996. He initially worked in construction and lost his eyesight as a consequence of a work accident. He recovered and shortly thereafter met his wife Adriana and soon married her in 1998. Together they had 3 U.S. citizen children; Indira, 13; Oscar, 11; and Osvaldo, 9. Alfredo is also a mechanic and a hard-working man. He has always demonstrated integrity with us, his family, but also with work. He has been a loving father and husband.
In 2008, Alfredo was stopped by a police officer for no apparent reason. He was soon charged and arrested for with driving without a valid license. He immediately received an ICE hold and due to the financial restrictions of the family, it took days before they could pay the bond. By that time Alfredo had already been deported. Due to being a major provider for the entire family, Alfredo made a decision to come back in 2010.
On November 4, 2012, Alfredo and his family went out to dinner in Arapahoe County. A police officer stopped them stating that the rear license plate light was not working. Alfredo was arrested and charged with driving without a license and quickly placed in deportation proceedings.
According to the memo issued by John Morton, Alfredo is not a priority for deportation and should be granted favorable exercise of prosecutorial discretion. Neither Alfredo nor his family have any criminal record. His U.S. citizen children would face extreme hardships if Alfred is deported to Mexico.
I urge you to take immediate action and release Alfredo Posada.