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Give Dreamer Edder Sanchez his day in court!

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Give Dreamer Edder Sanchez his day in court!

To be delivered to Honorable Dan Trimble

Petition Statement

Edder Sanchez, a DACA recipient, should be at home with his mother Leticia—but instead he's been in a detention center for more than three months. Honorable Dan Trimble, allow Edder to get his date in court!
There are currently 450 signatures. NEW goal - We need 500 signatures!

Petition Background

Edder Rizo Sanchez, a young immigrant in South Carolina, was detained on November 12, 2017 despite having DACA. Edder has been in detention ever since. After detaining Edder, ICE called United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to have his DACA revoked on November 17, 2017. The fact that ICE is working in collaboration with USCIS is unacceptable.

Because of ICE’s collaboration with USCIS, Edder is away from his family in a detention camp.

Leticia (Edders mother) has been heartbroken but has hope that Edder will come home to her. They have called this country home since Edder was three years old.

Edder has been a pillar of support for his family and losing him to deportation would be devastating. This has been the first time Leticia and Edder have been separated. Now their dreams have been placed on hold. Help Leticia bring Edder home where he belongs.

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