Joe Giudice of RHONJ & # 39; will hold a concise hearing to decide whether to stay in ICE custody or return home & # 39; … while he continues to fight against deportation to Italy
Joe Giudice and his family sit on pins and needles while waiting to see if he will be deported back to Italy. In the meantime, the former Real Housewives Of New Jersey star, 47, has been in custody.
On Wednesday morning, the star will hold a bond hearing in Pennsylvania, where the decision will be made if he can be released from ICE custody while awaiting the decision of his deportation case, TMZ reports.
A source close to the businessman says his extended family will be present with his wife Teresa, 47, but Joe will make video recordings while being held for hours after the session.
New updates: Joe Giudice will hold a bond hearing on Wednesday morning in Pennsylvania, where the decision will be made whether he can be released from ICE custody while waiting for the decision of his deportation case. He was photographed above with his wife Teresa in March 2016
The star & # 39; is extremely homesick and believes it will get a rough deal … behind bars & # 39 ;, revealed another source at the outlet.
Joe was sent to prison in March 2016 and has already served his 41-month prison sentence for conspiracy to commit wire and bankruptcy fraud.
He was released from prison in March of this year and was transferred to ICE custody.
Try again: this is the second time that he has appealed the judge's decision to order him back to Italy. He is pictured above with his wife Teresa and his four daughters Gia, Gabrielle, Milania and Audriana
This is his second time he is appealing against the court's decision that he will be sent back to Italy after losing the first because he is looking for his family to be able to return to New Jersey with his family.
James Leonard Jr., Joe's attorney, told the outlet that this situation is unfair: “What happens to Joe Giudice and his family and thousands of other families regarding these draconian immigration laws is nothing less than inhuman.
& # 39; We are praying tomorrow for some kind of relief from the Court. This family has paid their debts to society and some more. Enough is enough. & # 39;
Not only Joe: Joe & # 39; s wife was also found guilty at the time and was sentenced to 15 months in federal prison for hiding income and lying about bankruptcy costs. The pair is pictured above at the RHONJ season six premiere party in 2014
Joe's wife was also found guilty at the time and was sentenced to 15 months in prison for hiding income and lying about the bankruptcy costs.
The mum and dad of their four daughters could work out their sentences one after the other so that at least one parent could be present to raise their children.
Together they share Gia, 18, Gabriella, 14, Milania, 13 and Audriana, 10.
His daughters also participated in the fight to set up a campaign on Change.org and to ask President Donald Trump to allow their father to stay in the United States.
& # 39; My father, Joe Giudice, came to the United States when he was a baby, a year after his birth, he lived all his life in New Jersey, & # 39; wrote his oldest daughter Gia in the campaign.
Family time: Teresa has revealed that if Joe is deported, she will not stay with them because she does not want to move her children to another country
While his daughters do their utmost to help their father stay in the states, Teresa has a different kind of plan.
She told Andy Cohen earlier this year that if her husband is deported, she will not stay with him.
& # 39; I hope that is not a decision I have to make & # 39 ;, she explained about her husband since 1999.
& # 39; But I don't think it's good for my children to pick up my children and just move to another country. So I mean, so no, I probably wouldn't do that. & # 39;
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