Small victories are better than none!
The Giudice family can breathe a small sigh of relief as Joe Giudice’s deportation has been postponed.
According to The Blast, a judge ordered that Joe’s deportation be delayed until the court can review his appeal.
The order “temporarily granted” a motion to temporarily delay Joe’s removal from the United States.
After completing his 41-month prison sentence in March 2019, Joe was turned over to ICE and placed in one of their detainment centers.
Back in October 2018, Judge Ellington ruled that Joe would be deported following the completion of his prison term. Then in early November 2018, Joe filed a last-minute appeal to fight the deportation order that would send him back to Italy after completing his prison sentence.
However, Joe’s deportation appeal was denied by the Board of Immigration Appeals on April 6th leaving his fate up in the air.
Now, Joe’s legal team has filed “a stay with the Third Circuit Court of Appeals to keep Joe in the country.”
In the meantime, Teresa and her girls are doing everything they can to #BringJoeHome. On Tuesday, Gia Giudice created a petition to keep Joe in the United States, asking supporters to, “Please use your voice, your power, and your signature to help keep my family together.”
The Giudice family and their friends have also publicly directed their pleas to President Donald Trump in the hope that he will help.
Stay tuned for more on this developing story!