Victoria needs your help. She is scheduled to be deported on Wednesday.
Last year, just like many in deportation proceedings Victoria was given deferred action. Now, despite once previously granting her case, ICE is basically telling Victoria to pack her belongings and show up at ICE tomorrow, Wednesday, March 6th, for deportation.
Victoria left Guatemala in a desperate attempt to get away form her abusive ex-husband. On one occasion, when Victoria was 4-months pregnant, her ex-husband beat her so bad she underwent a miscarriage. If returned to Guatemala Victoria’s life would be in jeopardy.
Part of the reason Victoria was given deferred action last year was so that her two youngest United States citizen kids could continue to receive medical care for a hearing problem they were born with. Both kids have had cochlear implants in the last year and need continued medical care; care they would not receive in Guatemala.
Victoria’s time is really running out. Tomorrow she’ll be appearing at ICE hoping that they will allow for her to stay another year. In the past we’ve been able to help families by making calls to ICE; letting them know we are watching and asking them to do the right thing.
Call Khaalid Walls in Detroit @ 313-226-0726 and John Morton at ICE @ 202-732-3000
“Hi, I was calling to ask that you re-new Victoria Lorenzo-Calmo’s (A# 096-166-869) deferred action request. Your office granted this last year; Victoria’s situation has not changed. Her US citizen children need medical care and cannot be separated from their mother. Grant Deferred Action.”