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Congresswoman advocates on behalf of New Fairfield man facing deportation

5th District Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty has sent a letter to Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials and Citizenship and Immigration Services, urging them to reconsider a deportation order issued for a New Fairfield man. 


Joel Colindres has no criminal record, is married to an American citizen, has two American-born children, and pays taxes.  Esty says the family is dependent on Joel’s income and if he were forced to be separated from his 6 and 2 year old children, they would not only suffer emotionally, but could also face homelessness. 


The deportation order was issued July 20th, with a deadline of August 17th.  Esty asked for information about the regulations on selecting removal dates in cases such as these.

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