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US Report: Yale student fighting mother’s detention by ICE

22:05  01 november  2019
22:05  01 november  2019 Source:   nhregister.com

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NEW HAVEN — A Yale graduate student is urging Immigrations and Customs Enforcement to release his mother so that she can receive cancer treatment, according to the Daily News.

In a statement, Cristian Padilla Romero said his mother, Tania, was pulled over for a traffic violation in Georgia in August and has been held at a private detention center since that time.

“She is being treated cruelly in too many ways to count. She has been denied her human right to receive quality or even basic healthcare. She is being forced to defend her right to not be deported from her home, family, and community,” said Romero in the statement. “Denied the right to return to her family and to receive medical care, our mother’s health has deteriorated. She has now spent over 2 months in an overpopulated detention center where no one receives the care they need.”

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Romero said his mother was sent a deportation order in 2008, but it never reached her and was returned to the sender three times. A motion for her case to be reconsider has been filed, he said.

If she is deported to Honduras, he said, she faces continued deterioration of her health and potential death, as care to treat her stage four oral cancer would be unavailable.

“While we await the decision of yet another motion, we worry my mother will be deported at any time and about her declining health. She must be released immediately. We demand that ICE release her immediately,” Romero said in the statement, written on behalf of he and his family.

A petiton urging ICE to release Tania Romero had garnered more than 23,000 signatures as of Friday afternoon.

william.lambert@hearstmediact.com

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