UPDATE 6/19/2019

Update regarding Haniel from WeCare

Haniel has a team of two attorneys: Noemi Ramírez and Gianfranco De Girolamo

A large community of Nicaraguans is advocating for Haniel. Additionally, Senator Rubio’s office and Senator Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona are also involved. We also count on the support of the amazing team of Matthew 25 SoCal. With a team of volunteers with did an intense advocacy at Washington, DC last week to stop Haniel’s deportation.

On 6/17/2019, Haniel was taken by ICE officials to finalize his deportation paperwork with the Nicaraguan Embassy and was told that he will be removed from La Palma Detention Center to be transferred to Louisiana within 24 hours to take his plane back to NICARAGUA.

On 06/18/2019, The Ninth Circuit Issued Stay of Deportation order for Haniel. The order was faxed to DO, SDO, DHS Washington, DC; Phoenix, AZ field office and all the people we had on our contact list.

On 06/18/2019, Haniel was picked up by ICE officers and transported to Eloy Detention Center. From Eloy he was taking the bus to the airport to board his flight to Louisiana that was scheduled to depart on 06/19/2019 to Nicaragua. Haniel was pulled from the bus that was traveling to the airport and was returned to La Palma Detention Center by 3:00 am on 06/19/2019.

On 06/19/2019, at 8:38 am, Haniel contacted his mother saying that he is fine, that he was pulled from the bus and arrived back at La Palma Detention Center at 3:00 am today.  He also stated that he was praying a lot and his prayers are being answered and he is grateful with everyone who is helping.  

This is a victory that we should be proud of, because we are doing this as a team. We still have battles to overcome but we will keep on fighting until Haniel is released from detention.

 

Actualización sobre Haniel de WeCare

Haniel tiene un equipo de dos abogados: Noemi Ramírez y Gianfranco De Girolamo.

Una gran comunidad de nicaragüenses está abogando por Haniel. Además, la oficina del senador Rubio y la senadora Kyrsten Sinema de Arizona están involucrados. También contamos con el apoyo del increíble equipo de Matthew 25 SoCal. Con un equipo de voluntarios que realizaron una intensa labor de defensa en Washington DC la semana pasada para detener la deportación de Haniel.

El 17 de Junio del 2019, los funcionarios de ICE se llevaron a Haniel para finalizar los trámites de deportación con la Embajada de Nicaragua y le informaron que sería retirado del Centro de Detención de La Palma para ser trasladado a Louisiana dentro de las 24 horas siguientes para tomar su avión de regreso a NICARAGUA.

El 18 de junio del 2019, el Noveno Circuito emitió la orden de suspensión de la deportación de Haniel. La orden se envió por fax a DO, SDO, a la oficina de DHS Washington, DC; Phoenix, AZ Field Office y a todas las personas que teníamos en nuestra lista de contactos.

El 18 de junio del 2019, Haniel fue recogido por oficiales de ICE y transportado al centro de detención de Eloy. Desde Eloy, tomaba el autobús al aeropuerto para abordar su vuelo a Luisiana que tenía previsto partir el 19 de Junio del 2019 a Nicaragua. Haniel fue sacado del autobús que viajaba al aeropuerto y fue devuelto al centro de detención de La Palma a las 3:00 am del 19 de Junio del 2019.

El 19 de junio del 2019, a las 8:30 am, Haniel se contactó con su madre diciendo que estaba bien, que lo sacaron del autobús y que regresó al Centro de Detención de La Palma a las 3:00 am. También dijo que estaba orando mucho, que sus oraciones están siendo contestadas y que está agradecido con todas las personas que están ayudando.  Esta es una victoria de la que deberíamos estar orgullosos, porque lo estamos haciendo en equipo. Todavía tenemos batallas que vencer, pero seguiremos luchando hasta que Haniel salga del centro de detención.

 

 


Friends--we have an immediate need for a quick advocacy phone call to stop a deportation!

If Haniel is deported, that will be his death sentence. And he's only 18.

Haniel Josue Aguilera Rivera, (A#: XXX XXX-458)  came in to the United Stated through a point of entry in Nogales Arizona ...and he waited for his number to be called on December 21, 2018.  Haniel fled Nicaragua because his father was threatened to be killed for the Ortega-Murillo regime.  After a long judicial asylum process, showing plenty of evidence and even passing his credible fear interview, the judge denied his appeal.  Haniel felt that the judge never asked him if he was willing to give up his right to appeal.  

If Haniel is sent back to Nicaragua he will face torture, imprisonment and death by the Ortega-Murillo government. Matthew 25 and We Care, along with the Nicaraguan organizations, pledged to advocate to stop his deportation!  We will make the U.S. Government liable is something happens to Haniel if he is sent back to NICARAGUA.

Please sign the petition to stop his deportation and call the numbers below with the following information:

Haniel Josue Aguilera Rivera, (A#: XXX XXX-458)  He is at La Palma Correctional Facility
“Please stop Haniel’s deportation...if he is deported that will be his death sentence”
"We believe that God cares about Haniel's life, and so do we."

Mary Beth Keller, Chief Immigration Judge
1 (703) 305-1247

U.S. Department of Justice Executive Office for Immigration Review
Communications and Legislative Affairs Division
1 (703) 305-0289
e-mail: PAO.EOIR@usdoj.gov

Assistant Field Office Director:
e-mail: Jason.R.Martin@ice.dhs.gov
e-mail: Phoenix.Outreach@ice.dhs.gov
Phone: (602) 766-7030

Immigration Court Tucson, AZ
Judge: John W. David
1 (520) 670-5212

U. S. Senator Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona
(602) 598-7327

Congressman Tom O’Halleran, Congressional District 1
1 (520) 316-0839

 
 
 
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