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Will my fiancée be deported? Please NO bashing! NovaStarMadre 2 kids; Lancaster, CA, United States 417 posts
6th Dec '13

My fiancée (and father of my child) has an upcoming court date early this week. He plead guilty to driving without a license and completed his community service and the court waived his fees. He is due in court early this week and I am extremely worried that he will be jailed and deported (he is an illegal immigrant.) What are the chances of this happening? Also if he's completed everything, why does he need to show up at court anyway? Please help! I am very worried and concerned.

jgnmelissa 3 kids; Middle of Nowhere, IA, United States 2251 posts
6th Dec '13

Um, your post said it all. If hes illegal then why the debate. I more than realize that you love and care for this man and I understand that. However since he is NOT a US citizen and he didn't even try to come here legally then why shouldn't he have to go to court and possibly be deported. If he wants to be here, he needs to do it the legal and correct way and then there will be no issues. I know I sound rude and I am not trying to. I truly hope everything works out for you, just try to do it legally!

taking a look at life Palm beach gardens, FL, United States 49151 posts
6th Dec '13

UMMM highly likely he will be deported im supprised they didnt do that when he was arrested

user banned Due December 20; Georgia 1823 posts
6th Dec '13

He's an illegal immigrant so basically yes he probably will be deported and he should be.

NovaStarMadre 2 kids; Lancaster, CA, United States 417 posts
6th Dec '13

He pleaded guilty to another case and got only probation. Is there anyway to stop this? We have a 9 month old and we need him here. I don't see why they'd deport him now instead of when this first happened (years ago.)

NovaStarMadre 2 kids; Lancaster, CA, United States 417 posts
6th Dec '13

Quoting taking a look at life:
UMMM highly likely he will be deported im supprised they didnt do that when he was arrested



They didn't. They just released him, and then he showed up to court.

NovaStarMadre 2 kids; Lancaster, CA, United States 417 posts
6th Dec '13

Quoting Queen b***h:
He's an illegal immigrant so basically yes he probably will be deported and he should be.



That's bullshit. He's a good man, he cares for his family, he's a hard worker and it's not like he killed anyone. They let him go once, maybe they will again.

Crystal 3 kids; Hephzibah, Georgia 15566 posts
6th Dec '13

Quoting NovaStarMadre:
He pleaded guilty to another case and got only probation. Is there anyway to stop this? We have a 9 month old and we need him here. I don't see why they'd deport him now instead of when this first happened (years ago.)



Maybe that's your answer. He's becoming a repeat offender.

user banned Due December 20; Georgia 1823 posts
6th Dec '13

Quoting NovaStarMadre:

That's bullshit. He's a good man, he cares for his family, he's a hard worker and it's not like he killed anyone. They let him go once, maybe they will again.



Doesn't matter. He's an illegal immigrant. If he wants to live here, tell him to do it the legal way.

BαtMαɳ Gotham, DC, United States 74086 posts
status 6th Dec '13

More than likely yes. They didn't crack down on all of that then, the way they do these days.

Crystal 3 kids; Hephzibah, Georgia 15566 posts
6th Dec '13

Quoting NovaStarMadre:

That's bullshit. He's a good man, he cares for his family, he's a hard worker and it's not like he killed anyone. They let him go once, maybe they will again.



It's not about whether or not he is a good man. He is here illegally and repeatedly breaking the Laws of this Country.

NovaStarMadre 2 kids; Lancaster, CA, United States 417 posts
6th Dec '13

Quoting Crystal :

Maybe that's your answer. He's becoming a repeat offender.




But both cases were from years ago. He has NO recent cases.

user banned TTC since Apr 2014; 2 kids; Middelfart, Denmark 15320 posts
6th Dec '13

They didn't deport him when he was sentenced, so I doubt it. Though I think it's ridiculous that he didn't. He broke the law by driving unlicensed. Furthermore, he had to have been breaking ANOTHER driving law to get pulled over in the first place for them to be able to charge him for driving without a license.

NovaStarMadre 2 kids; Lancaster, CA, United States 417 posts
6th Dec '13

Quoting BαtMαɳ:
More than likely yes. They didn't crack down on all of that then, the way they do these days.




Hmm, why didn't they deport him when we went to court earlier this year then? Why would they wait until he completed everything?

NovaStarMadre 2 kids; Lancaster, CA, United States 417 posts
6th Dec '13

Quoting Red Bottom:
They didn't deport him when he was sentenced, so I doubt it. Though I think it's ridiculous that he didn't. He broke the law by driving unlicensed. Furthermore, he had to have been breaking ANOTHER driving law to get pulled over in the first place for them to be able to charge him for driving without a license.





No. I was pushing a shopping cart home from the store (I was pregnant and got tired so he pushed it for me.) And then the police pulled up and checked his name because apparently he had a warrant out (he thought he'd taken care of it by paying the fine.)