Thursday, August 22, 2019

U.S. Attorney General Shuts Down Joe Giudice’s Deportation Appeal!

According to Pennsylvania court documents obtained by Radar Online, the U.S. Attorney General shut down Joe Giudice’s deportation appeal. On behalf of the Attorney General, Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Division Joseph H. Hunt submitted a 40-page rebuttal to the court on August 14.

This comes after Giudice submitted his final brief to the Third Circuit Court in July, outlining reasons why he should remain in the United States.

Under the “aggravated felony” category, it would warrant an automatic basis for deportation. (Under federal law, an aggravated felony is considered to be any loss to a victim which exceeds $10,000.)

The father-of-four made the argument that his crimes did not constitute an aggravated felony because Wells Fargo was not a victim, since they allegedly made loans amounting to “consumer fraud.”

The brief also noted that more than $400,000 was paid in restitution to the bank as part of his sentencing.

However, the U.S. Attorney General agreed with the immigration judge. Now, Hunt is urging the Third Circuit court to shut down Giudice’s efforts to avoid deportation.

“For the foregoing reasons, the Court should deny the petition for review,” Hunt wrote in the documents.

The Third Circuit Court is expected to decide Giudice’s fate in the coming months, reports Radar Online.

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