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Another Low-Priority Deportation: DREAMer & Victim of Domestic Violence!

Felix has been at the Broward Transitional Center since February 2011. He is DREAM Act eligible and should not be deported. He has no family in Mexico, except for his dad who used to beat him and his mom!

Felix is a low priority case and should be released immediately and re-united with his mom, she needs him home. Help us stop Felix’s deportation. Sign, share this petition and make a phone call!

For each day that Felix is inside Broward Transitional Center, tax-payers spend $166 per day. His dentention there has cost tax-payers $25,000!

TAKE ACTION - MAKE A CALL:

Call ICE – John Morton @ 202-732-3000 or 202-732-3100

Sample Script: “I am calling to ask that you release DREAM Act youth Felix Casares (A# 205 202 0322) from Broward Transitional Center. He has suffered through domestic violence. He defended his mom against his dad, now he is set to be deported. If deported, Felix has no one in Mexico, only his dad who beat him! Release him and stop his deportation now!”

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The Petition

To Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security, John Morton; and Secretary of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano:

I am writing to call for the immediate release of DREAMer Felix Casares (A# 205 202 0322), from Broward Transitional Center in Florida and urge that you take immediate action to stop his deportation.

Felix, a DREAM Act eligible youth, was arrested in February 2011 for speeding and has been detained at Broward Transitional Center ever since. He is 20 years old and came to the United States when he was only 9 years old. President Obama has said that DREAM Act youth will no longer be deported. Speeding is no reason to separate Felix from his mom. Why is Felix still detained even though he’s DREAM Act eligible?

Felix is a victim of domestic violence. His dad, who lives in Mexico, abused both Felix and his mom. On one occasion, Felix’s dad was beating Felix’s mom so severely that he was forced to intervene and defend her. As a result, Felix now has spine injuries after being kicked by his dad. If deported, Felix’s mom will suffer and he will be sent back to a country where he knows no one.

According to the memo issued by John Morton, Felix is a low-priority case and should be released and granted favorable exercise of prosecutorial discretion. Felix had a rough childhood and wasn’t able to finish high school due to the problems he faced at home. Felix has gone through a lot. He needs to be home with his mom so she can care for him. Felix doesn't know anyone else in Mexico aside from his dad, who used to beat him.

I urge you to release Felix Casares (A# 205 202 0322) from Broward Transitional Center and call on ICE to stop his deportation.

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