Another Low-Priority Deportation: Flavio Needs Surgery NOT Deportation!
In January 2012, three officers showed up at Flavio's home. He was immediately detained after the officers interrogated him and asked him for identification although they were looking for someone else. He was held at North Georgia Detention Center for two months before he was released.
Six months later, in August of 2012, Flavio was a front seat passenger in a car accident. It resulted with the top of the car embanked against a tree and both the driver and Flavio had to be cut out of the car. Flavio ended up receiving surgery that resulted in a left-sided colon resection. He is scheduled for follow-up surgery in nine months to have his colostomy reversed.
Flavio is low-priority case and should not be deported. He needs surgery not deportation!
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Call ICE - John Morton @ 202-732-3000 or 202-732-3100
Sample Script: “Hi, I was calling to ask that ICE remove Flavio Ramos Cruz (A# 200-203-838) order for Voluntary Departure. Flavio was in an a car accident as a passenger which resulted in his need of surgery for a left-sided colon resection. Flavio is scheduled for a follow-up surgery in nine months to have his colostomy reversed. Flavio needs surgery not deportation!"
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To Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security, John Morton, and Secretary of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano:
I am writing to urge ICE to immediately stop the deportation of Flavio Ramos Cruz (A# 200-203-838).
In January, three officers showed up at Flavio's home looking for a criminal. He was interrogated and immediately detained after the officers realized he was undocumented. He was taken to North Georgia Detention Center, where he was held until February 28th. After being released on bond from North Georgia Detention Center early in February this year, Flavio Ramos Cruz is now inexplicably under order for Voluntary Departure by the 27th of February, 2013.
Flavio came to the U.S. when he was 15 years old. He came to this country with the dream to be able to provide a better life for his parents in Mexico. Flavio has a clean record and has been a dedicated worker ever since.
Things got much more complicated for Flavio in August. As a front seat passenger, he was involved in an automobile accident that resulted with the top of the car embanked against a tree due to the carelessness of the driver. Both the driver and Flavio had to be cut out of the vehicle. Since then, Flavio had surgery that resulted in a left-sided colon resection. Flavio is scheduled for a follow-up surgery in nine months to have his colostomy reversed!
Flavio is a humble, respectful, and hard working individual. He only asks for the opportunity to continue to pursue successful endeavors and to complete his recuperation from personal injuries sustained from the automobile incident. He lost his two daughters before they were born and is currently giving his best at coping with the unfortunate loss.
According to the memo issued by John Morton, Flavio is a low-priority case and should be granted favorable exercise of prosecutorial discretion. I urge you to stop the deportation of Flavio Ramos Cruz (A# 200-203-838).