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Gloomy: Joe Giudice, the husband of Real Housewife Of New Jersey Teresa Giudice, is & # 39; bitter & # 39; and & # 39; has resigned & # 39; upon deportation

Joe Giudice resigns & # 39; resigns & # 39; if the RHONJ star waits for the final decision

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Joe Giudice, the husband of Real Housewife Of New Jersey Teresa Giudice, is & # 39; bitter & # 39; and has resigned itself to deportation.

The 47-year-old reality TV star is in ICE (Immigration And Customs Enforcement) after a 36-month prison sentence of 41 months for fraud.

& # 39; He is fighting, but he has really resigned himself to being deported, & # 39; told an insider People while Joe is waiting for a final decision whether he will be sent back to Italy.

Gloomy: Joe Giudice, the husband of Real Housewife Of New Jersey Teresa Giudice, is & # 39; bitter & # 39; and & # 39; has resigned & # 39; upon deportation

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Gloomy: Joe Giudice, the husband of Real Housewife Of New Jersey Teresa Giudice, is & # 39; bitter & # 39; and & # 39; has resigned & # 39; upon deportation

& # 39; And losing that hope has made him bitter, angry and unhappy. He is a shell of who he was, & shared the source.

Joe was born in Saronno, Lombardy, and has been in America since childhood, but neglected to attain American citizenship, making him vulnerable to deportation after he and Teresa were convicted in 2014 of various counts of fraud.

Both Joe and Teresa spent time in jail, cutting out sentence sentences so that one parent could be home with the children at the same time.

The reality TV star pair shares four daughters – 18-year-old Gia, 15-year-old Gabriella, 14-year-old Milania and 10-year-old Audrina.

Throwback: Teresa and Joe were convicted in 2014 for various counts of fraud and are depicted on their arrival in Newark in October

Throwback: Teresa and Joe were convicted in 2014 for various counts of fraud and are depicted on their arrival in Newark in October

Throwback: Teresa and Joe were convicted in 2014 for various counts of fraud and are depicted on their arrival in Newark in October

Details: both Joe and Teresa spent time in prison, where they saw back-to-back sentences, so that one parent could be home with the children at the same time
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Details: both Joe and Teresa spent time in prison, where they saw back-to-back sentences, so that one parent could be home with the children at the same time

Details: both Joe and Teresa spent time in prison, where they saw back-to-back sentences, so that one parent could be home with the children at the same time

Joe & # 39; s deportation was ordered by the court last October and his multiple appeals have so far fallen on deaf ears.

After his prison sentence, Joe was transferred directly to the Clinton County Correctional Center in Pennsylvania in March and owned by ICE.

& # 39; The past few months in ICE (custody) have been harder for Joe than prison. The circumstances there are terrible. He is so close to freedom, yet so far away. His family could not see and know that he can no longer be home, it really broke him & # 39 ;, said the insider People.

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Explosive preview recordings for the reality show have shown that Teresa & # 39; f *** ed up & # 39; cheating rumors deny and Joe snarls: & Okay, as if I even wanted to get married? No. & # 39;

Legal misery: Joe has Italian nationality and is neglected to ever get American citizenship, making him vulnerable to eviction; he is pictured at a hearing in January 2015

Legal misery: Joe has Italian nationality and is neglected to ever get American citizenship, making him vulnerable to eviction; he is pictured at a hearing in January 2015

Legal misery: Joe has Italian nationality and is neglected to ever get American citizenship, making him vulnerable to eviction; he is pictured at a hearing in January 2015

& # 39; Teresa and Joe have had their arguments in recent months, but Teresa does not want Joe to be deported. She wants him to come home for their family. She loves Joe and it hurts her to see how he is treated, & said the source People.

Joe accepted the idea of ​​deportation in such a way that he made a request to continue and move to Italy pending the final legal decision.

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James J. Leonard Jr., the lawyer of Giudices, argues that with this step he could again earn a living for his family, by People.

Part of the process: Teresa is pictured on a bail for Joe earlier this month at the York Immigration Court in Pennsylvania

Part of the process: Teresa is pictured on a bail for Joe earlier this month at the York Immigration Court in Pennsylvania

Part of the process: Teresa is pictured on a bail for Joe earlier this month at the York Immigration Court in Pennsylvania

During the Reunion of season 9 of The Real Housewives Of New Jersey, Teresa said that she and Joe & # 39; will go our own way & # 39; if he is sent back to Italy.

She said in one Bravo Insider clip this summer: & # 39; if he is deported, he will never be able to attend their graduation ceremony, celebrate their birthdays, whatever. & # 39;

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Teresa added: & # 39; He will miss so much. The girls love their father and no child should endure what my daughters go through. They should have their father here. & # 39;

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