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Give Soledad, mother of 5 US Citizen children, Prosecutorial Discretion!

Soledad has lived in the United States since 1991 and has 5 US citizen children and a grandchild.  Last October, ICE came to Soledad's home at 3am looking for another person, yet Soledad received a Notice to Appear afterwards. 

One of Soledad's children needs special care as he suffers from a Mental and learning disability. Soledad is eligible for Prosecutorial Discretion, so why is she still in danger of deportation and being separated from her family?

TAKE ACTION - MAKE A CALL: 
Call ICE – John Morton @ 202-732-3000

“Hi, I am calling to ask for the release of Soledad Reyes Lopez (A# 205-654-555). She has lived in this country for 22 years, has a grandchild and 5 US citizen children, one of whom needs special care. Soledad is eligible for prosecutorial discretion. Don't deport Soledad!"

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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 urge you to end Soledad Reyes Lopez’s (A# 205-654-555) deportation.


Soledad is from Puebla Mexico and has 5 US citizen children (ages 20, 18, 17, 14, &11) and a grandchild. She has been in the US since 1991.  One of her children has been diagnosed with a Mental and Learning disability and has to take medication every day.

In October of 2012 ICE came to Soledad’s house at 3AM looking for someone who does not live at her house.  They searched her house and asked for an ID. Soledad was then told by Immigration that they could not arrest her then because they did not have a warrant for her arrest.  Later she received a Notice to Appear and is now in deportation proceedings.

A couple of years ago, Soledad was charged with receiving welfare benefits for which she wasn't eligible in order to raise her children, she has since paid them all back. She has never committed a violent crime & is an asset to her community & family.

Soledad is a low priority case. According to the memo issued by John Morton, Soledad should be granted a favorable exercise of prosecutorial discretion. If deported, Soledad will be separated from her children and grandchild, and the only community she has known for the past 22 years, she is a member of Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church in Harrisonburg, VA.

I urge you to stop the deportation of Soledad Reyes Lopez (A# 205-654-555).

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