From Faith in New Jersey:
Clergy Leaders,

Please join us as we hold vigil until Catalino Guerrero is safely returned to his family from an Immigration and Customs Enforcement check-in Newark, New Jersey. Catalino is a 25-year resident of New Jersey and owns a home in Union City, where he has lived with his family since 2005. He is a member of Union City’s St. Augustine Parish. He and his wife have four adult children and four U.S. born grandchildren.

Mr. Guerrero was recently ordered to report back for a check-in at the Newark Field Office of Immigration and Customs Enforcement on March 10, 2017 to determine if he should be removed from the United States.

Mr. Guerrero deportation would inhumane and immoral because he is not a  threat to the community or to national security. Mr. Guerrero does not have a criminal record and was granted a stay of removal in 2013 and 2014 by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

What: Join the vigil to stop the deportation of Catalino

When: March 10, at 9:00am

(Clergy are gathering at 8:00am Courtyard Newark Downtown at 858 Broad Street, Newark, NJ 07102)

Who: Catalino’s family, members of the community and faith leaders

Where: 970 Broad Street, Newark, New Jersey

Please confirm your attendance.

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In the spirit of peace and resistance,
Archange Antoine, M.A.
Executive Director
Faith in New Jersey

Date(s) - Mar 10, 2017
8:00 am

Newark NJ Federal Immigration Court