Jorge Garcia, a MI father who was brought into the United States as an immigrant at the age of 10, was forced to say goodbye to his family shortly before being deported as Immigration and Custom Enforcement agents watched.
Jorge Garcia came to the United States illegally with his parents when he was 10 years old.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on Monday deported an undocumented immigrant who was brought to the U.S.at the age of 10 and leaves behind a wife and two children.
Garcia had been given extensions under the Obama administration after facing an order of removal in 2009, CNN reported. From the travel ban to the potential loss of DACA, it has begun to feel like each day in the era of Trump carries with it a new threat against the men, women, and children who have known no other home than the one they inhabit in America.
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"It's a nightmare", Cindy Garcia said.
Jorge Garcia came to the USA with his family when he was 10 years old. Everybody may not get everything they want, but it can be improved to allow people like Jorge Garcia to become valuable American citizens.
While Garcia's plight is extremely unsettling, there was plenty of reaction that echoed the sentiment, "enough is enough".
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"I'm going to be sad because I'm not going to be able to be with them", Jorge Garcia said at the table of a friend in southwest Detroit hosting a farewell party for him.
Cuomo's segment drew plenty of anger, sympathy, and criticism.
Garcia told the paper that he had requested for ICE to wait until new DACA legislation is passed, but the agency denied his request.
Jorge's wife says she is working on getting him back to the US, but it's going to be at least 18 months until she gets a hearing with consulate.
Especially painful will be the separation from his children, Soleil and Jorge Garcia Jr., 12. The report acknowledged that Garcia is not allowed to reenter the United States for at least 10 years. "We went and they told us they were going to detain him".
"It's heartbreaking", Bonesatti said. "This is the place he knows".
Before his deportation, Garcia spoke of his sadness and worries for the future.
In November, after his last check-in, immigration agents told Garcia that he would have to leave the country, according to local media. Debbie Dingell (D-Dearborn), Garcia said, ICE later agreed to extend his deportation date until January 15, allowing him to spend the holidays one last time with his family.
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