Don't Deport 71 year-old Paraplegic Grandpa Manuel
Manuel has been living in the United States since 1970, he is currently 71 years old. Manual has 11-granchildren, they each want their grandfather in their life.
Manuel is paraplegic; in 1973 he was paralyzed from the waist down. Because of a recent stroke Manuel can no longer feel the right side of his body. Manuel requires constant medical care here in the United States, deporting him right now would be a death sentence.
Take Action: Don't Deport Paraplegic man!
Call ICE @ 202-732-3000
"Hi, I was calling to ask that ICE stop the deportation of Manuel Alonso (A#029-439-827). Manuel is paraplegic, he recently suffered a stroke and cannot feel the right side of his body. Manuel will die if he is deported without proper medical care."
Additional talking points:
-- Manuel is a grandfather; he has 11 grandchildren.
-- Manuel needs constant medical care
-- Manuel would have been a citizen had his attorney not misfiled his paperwork
-- Manuel is NOT a priority for deportation
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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 immediately release Manuel Mireles Alonso A#029439827 Manuel is a low-priority case with 4 U.S citizen children. b>
Manuel is facing deportation because of a faulty, lazy lawyer. Manuel was appealing a charge brought on by a bar fight but his lawyer failed to properly appeal it. Also, the lawyer did not correctly fill out his citizenship application. Due to his lawyer mistakes, Manuel is now facing deportation.
Manuel came to the United States in 1970. He is 71 years old. He is married and has a 4 U.S citizen children and 11 U.S grandchildren. His entire family resides in the United States. It is extremely important that Manuel remains in the United States as he suffers from a brain injury suffered during a bar fight in 1973 where the officer shot and paralyzed him. He also has had a heart attack and stroke. The medical treatment he receives in the United States is not available in Mexico. Deporting Manuel is sending him to his death.
Manuel has been in the United States for 33 years, has 4 U.S citizen children, and suffers from multiple medical conditions. According to the memo issued by John Morton in 2011, Manuel is not priority for deportation and, therefore, he should immediately be released.