To: Georgia ICE Field Office Director, Sean Gallagher

DON'T LET ICE TAKE AWAY FATHER, HUSBAND AND GLAHR MEMBER

DON'T LET ICE TAKE AWAY FATHER, HUSBAND AND GLAHR MEMBER

Do not not separate Irvin from his DACA Recipient wife, Brenda and U.S. citizen step-son, Luis.

Why is this important?

Irvin Francisco Pineda Mauricio is a Guatemalan man who arrived to the U.S in 2006; he is a husband, a hard worker, and a father.

Four years ago he was pulled over by Hall County police in Georgia for driving 5 miles over the speed limit. When his family arrived to pay the bond, ICE agents were already at the county jail and he was transferred to an immigration detention center to be processed for deportation.

Irvin graduated as a teacher in his country of birth, a degree which he could not exercise when he moved to the U.S to find better ways to support his family. In 2010, Irvin met his wife Brenda, mother of a little boy who Irvin took as his own child. As a devoted stepfather and husband Irvin works two jobs to support his family locally and back in his home country.

Irvin has been fighting his deportation for the last four years. With your help he was released from detention on October 13, 2015. He has been involved with GLAHR ever since his release. Irvin is always present in our Monday night meetings. If he detained and sent back to Guatemala our meetings and our group would never be the same.

On October 13, 2016 he has a check-in with ICE Atlanta. We are asking the local field office to not detain Irvin and release him back to his family and community. His wife Brenda is currently expecting and a separation from Irwin could have devastating consequences.

Please sign this petition and demand that ICE Atlanta not separate Irvin from his DACA Recipient wife, and U.S. citizen step son.

Atlanta, GA 30338, United States

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Reasons for signing

  • No somos delincuentes sólo por manejar sin licencia hay muchas personas malas robando y asiendo daño a esos si necesitan perseguir la policía
  • Mario Ordoñez
  • No es justo separar familias trabajadoras, tenemos nesecidad de salir a trabajar y no estar esperando a que nos llegue, como muchas personas que nos ven cada mañana salir temprano y regresar tarde cansados!!!!

Updates

2016-10-12 16:58:58 -0400

500 signatures reached

2016-10-10 10:52:27 -0400

100 firmas alcanzadas

2016-10-10 08:09:46 -0400

50 signatures reached

2016-10-10 06:32:45 -0400

25 signatures reached

2016-10-09 23:42:16 -0400

10 firmas alcanzadas