Joe Giudice has been released from a federal prison in Pennsylvania, but that's not good news for his family. Instead of returning home to New Jersey as a free man, Giudice, 46, was transferred to the custody of the ICE agents. Giudice will remain in the custody of ICE until his call for immigration is heard by a judge. Giudice, who was sent back to his home country, Italy, has been fighting this order since October 2018.
When will Giudice's call be heard?
While Giudice is now hanging out in an immigration detention
center, that does not mean that his call is over. according to the
SGM Law Group, a call can take up to 180 days to be heard. Giudice has testified
his call back in November, which means that he can have at least a month in the
immigration center in front of a judge even looks at his papers.
Giudice was ordered to leave the country because he had never
became a citizen even though he lived in the United States for the majority
of his life. Teresa
GiudiceJoe's wife spoke at length about her current fate. the
couple, who share the same Italian heritage, have known each other and started to
20s. They married in 1999 and have four children together. Their older
Gia, her daughter, is due to begin college in the fall.
Could Teresa Giudice have a relationship with President Trump?
Teresa Giudice appeared on Celebrity
Apprentice in 2012. According to Entertainment
Tonight, Andy Cohen asked Giudice if she had reached out
now president for her help with her husband's immigration issues. Giudice
claims that she had not reached the current head of the US government
but was interested in telling him if he was ready to reach out. Cohen
joked that Trump probably has bigger problems to settle, so maybe
it would be better if she reaches out first.
The Cohen interview took place in November 2018.
Since then, Giudice has turned around on his decision regarding the future of his
relationship with her husband of almost 20 years. Back in November, Giudice
asserted that she did not intend to divorce Juicy Joe. More recently, however, Giudice
noted that she was not going to have a remote relationship and she had no plans
on the move to Italy. This means that, if Joe is deported, the divorce proceedings will be
to start. She spoke frankly about her decision on the
The real housewives of New Jersey special meeting.
Can the President stop a deportation order?
While Giudice might well know the president,
whether or not he could stop deporting his husband is a little
complicated. According to the project of defense of the immigration,
the president has the ability to forgive an individual. In theory, Trump
could annul Giudice's deportation order.
The complication in Giudice's case, however, is his current
conviction for a crime. Because he failed to become an American citizen before
his crimes, Giudice's ability to obtain US citizenship even though he
is allowed to stay in the country is a matter of trouble.
Giudice has had many opportunities to become a citizen during his stay in the United States. His parents, who emigrated with Joe while he was barely one year old, became citizens of the United States. Since he married an American citizen, he also had the opportunity to apply for citizenship through marriage. He failed to do so, leaving him in hot water with the government.