Stop the deportation of the Pelaez Sisters!
URGENT: Daniela, an 18 year old high school student, could be deported on March 28th, 2012. Please take immediate action to stop her deportation!
To help stop Daniela'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: “I am calling to ask that the deportations of DREAM Act youth Daniela Pelaez (A# 097-624-663) and sister Dayana Pelaez (A# 097-624-663) be stopped. Daniela has been living in the U.S. since she was four years old. She is the valedictorian of her high school class and has plans of attending college after graduation. Daniela is eligible for the DREAM Act and shouldn't be deported. Stop the deportation of DREAMer Daniela Pelaez and Dayana Pelaez."
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To 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 DREAM Act eligible youth Daniela Pelaez (A# 097-624-663) and her sister Dayana Pelaez (A# 097-624-663)
Daniela was brought to the United States when she was only four years old. At 18, Daniela is an outstanding student. She is currently attending North Miami Senior High School, where she is the valedictorian of the class of 2012. She also takes part in a rigorous worldwide magnet program called the International Baccalaureate magnet.
In 2003, Daniela’s mother married an American resident and the family started their immigration process. Daniela’s mom left the country for medical reasons in 2006 and Daniela’s rights were forfeited. Daniela didn’t hear anything from immigration authorities until 2010, when she was summoned for a removal hearing. An immigration judge denied Daniela’s application for a visa and ordered her deportation for March 28th, 2012.
Daniela’s brother, a U.S. citizen, is a specialist in the U.S. army and has done a tour in Afghanistan and her father is a permanent resident. If she is deported, she will be separated from her dedicated family and friends. Daniela wishes to graduate from high school and continue with her education in college.
Daniela is eligible for the DREAM Act. According to the memo issued by John Morton, she 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 Daniela Pelaez (A# 097-624-663) and sister Dayana Pelaez (A# 097-624-663)