ICE reverses decision to deport widower of US soldier killed

ICE reverses decision to deport widower of US soldier killed

An illegal immigrant whose wife, a US soldier, died while serving in Afghanistan, was allowed re-entry into the US on Monday after ICE officials deported him from his Arizona home last week. Jose Gonzalez Carranza was allowed to re-enter the US Monday ’pending adjudication of his immigration proceedings’. Carranza’s wife, Army Pfc. Barbara Vievra, died in 2010 in Afghanistan.

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Proper Root
Proper Root 1 year

he had 12 years minimal to earn her citizenship legally, really is silly they try to spin his being allowed back in after short expulsion as just a deportation story

SûmFigöt
SûmFigöt 1 year

Service GUARANTEES citizenship

Aight Bradley
Aight Bradley 1 year

I support this. His wife served and died for this country, I think he can be excused for her sake.

Andrew 1010
Andrew 1010 1 year

You know what even if you came here illegally and still chose to defend the values of a Nation despite commiting a criminal act knowing you could end up in jail or deported and you still risked your life for us then that is a portrayal about your love, passion, and respect for this country. Welcome aboard you've earned our respect and empathy.

Tetranome
Tetranome 1 year

Good move... If you are willing to put your life on the line for this country you and your immediate family should get citizenship. She lost her life fighting for this country it is the least we could do in my opinion.

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