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Another Low-Priority Deportation: Living In The US For 24+ Years Now ICE Wants To Deport Him!

Jaime came to the United States from Mexico when he was 16 years old. Now 40, he is the sole provider for his mom, brothers, and sisters. They need him home. He is a low-priority case and should be released immediately!

Jaime's only hope is for Sen. Nelson / Sen. Rubio to intervene.

Senator Rubio and Nelson are the ONLY ones who can help: SIGN & Make a CALL

Senator Rubio:

Washington D.C.: 202-224-3041 
Orlando: 407-254-2573 

Senator Nelson:

Washington D.C.: 02-224-5274 
Orlando: 407-872-7161 

"Hi, I am calling to ask the Senator to take a position on Jaime Romero Pena's case (A# 201-189-382). Jaime has been in the US since he was 16 years old. He is now 40 and his family needs him. Why won't the senator take a position on her case and issue a letter of support?"

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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 Jaime Romero Pena (A# 201-189-382) from Broward Transitional Center and urge ICE to immediately stop his deportation.

In May 2012, Jaime was a passenger in a car when they passed in front of a police officer and were pulled over for no reason. Jaime has been living in the United States for over 24 years and considers this country his home. Despite being a low-priority case according to the Morton Memo, Jaime was immediately transferred to Broward Transitional Center where he has been ever since.

Jaime came to the United States when he was only 16 years old. Now 40, he works to support his mother and two brothers financially. Since Jaime’s detention, his mother has been forced to go back to work. Jaime moved to Florida five years ago and he should be released immediately so he can continue to help his family financially.

Jaime worked at a car shop when he had an accident while working. An acid went in Jaime’s eye and required him to have surgery. Jaime got a corneal transplant and couldn’t go back to work after the surgery. After the operation, Jaime has a very difficult time seeing out of that eye. Regardless, he works to have a better life for himself and his family that live in the United States and his siblings who live in Mexico.

According to the memo issued by John Morton, Jaime is not a priority for deportation and should be released immediately and granted favorable exercise of prosecutorial discretion.

I urge you to release Jaime Romero Pena from Broward Transitional Center immediately and stop his deportation.

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