To: Louisiana Assistant Field Director Brian Acuna

RELEASE DACA ELIGIBLE BYRON GARCIA FROM DEPORTATION

RELEASE DACA ELIGIBLE BYRON GARCIA FROM DEPORTATION

📞 Dial 504-599-7868 and tell ICE Field Director Brian Acuna to release Byron Garcia A# 077-694-432 and close his immigration case!

📧 Email : Brian.S.Acuna@ice.dhs.gov and demand that he release Byron Garcia A# 077-694-432 from Detention as he has recenlty applied for DACA.

Why is this important?

(Spanish translation below/ Traducción al español abajo)

What would you do if you were getting deported to an unknown country? In this country, you have no family, friends, or money. This is the reality Byron Garcia is living in.

Byron was born in Honduras but, when his father left the picture, his mother took him with her to Mexico where her family was. Like any parent, she wanted what was best for him so in 2001 when Byron was two his mother brought him to the United States. In February, Byron was detained and has been kept at the Louisiana detention center since then. Because he is locked up Byron hasn’t seen his family for months and is unable to finish high school. He is determined to continue his education to become a nurse and is eager to return home to help his mother take care of his siblings who are now 10 and 12 years old. Since Byron came to the U.S. at age two, he is DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) eligible. This means he can get a work permit, social security number, and a driver's license to continue finishing school. The only reason he hadn't applied sooner was because he needed his passport to apply and as a minor, he needed both of his parents to sign for him but, his father left them when he was young so he was waiting to turn 18 in December 23, 2016.

Why would they send a DACA-eligible student to an unknown country? Byron wants to continue to live in the only country (USA) he knows and has grown up in. Sign this petition to prevent his deportation and support his dreams of becoming a nurse!
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¿Qué harías si fueras deportado a un país desconocido? En este país, no tienes familia, amigos ni dinero. Esta es la realidad en la que vive Byron García.

Byron nació en Honduras pero, cuando su padre los abandonó, su madre lo llevó con ella a México donde estaba su familia. Como cualquier madre, ella quería lo que era mejor para él, así que en 2001, cuando Byron tenía dos años, su madre lo trajo a Estados Unidos. En Febrero, Byron fue detenido y a estado en el centro de detención de Luisiana desde entonces. Debido a que está encerrado Byron no ha visto a su familia desde hace meses y es incapaz de terminar la escuela secundaria. Está decidido a continuar su educación para convertirse en un enfermero y está ansioso por regresar a casa para ayudar a su madre a cuidar de sus hermanos que ahora tienen 10 y 12 años. Desde que Byron llegó a los Estados Unidos a los dos años, es elegible para DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). Esto significa que puede obtener un permiso de trabajo, un número de seguro social y una licencia de conducir para terminar su escuela. La única razón por la que no había solicitado antes era porque necesitaba su pasaporte para aplicar y como menor, necesitaba que sus dos padres firmaran para él, pero su padre los dejó cuando era joven, así que esperaba cumplir los 18 años el 23 de Diciembre de 2016 para aplicar.

¿Por qué enviarían a un estudiante DACA elegible a un país desconocido? Byron quiere seguir viviendo en el único país (USA) que conoce y ha crecido. Firme esta petición para evitar su deportación y apoyar sus sueños de convertirse en un enfermero!


Reasons for signing

  • He a nice person ,he really wants to go to the school ,he is a very worker person .I hope he stay here because I don't see how he is going to be there.😯
  • Porque que es mi hijo el no tiene otra familia más que asu familia que está aquí en Estados Unidos donde el a crecido ido ala escuela ayuden por favor
  • To help my friend out

Updates

2017-04-20 08:58:11 -0400

100 signatures reached

2017-04-19 18:49:36 -0400

50 signatures reached

2017-04-19 16:54:45 -0400

25 signatures reached

2017-04-19 15:54:19 -0400

10 signatures reached