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Joe Giudice Is Losing “Hope” He’ll Return Home To His Family Amid Deportation Case, Says Source!

As Joe Giudice awaits a decision on the ruling in his deportation case, a source told PEOPLE that the Real Housewives of New Jersey husband is losing “hope” that he’ll ever return home to his wife Teresa Giudice and their four daughters.

The conditions he’s been living in under ICE’s custody have also taken an emotional toll on Joe, according to the insider.

“These past few months in ICE [custody] have been harder for Joe than prison was. The conditions there are terrible,” the source says. “He’s so close to freedom, yet so far away. Not being able to see his family, and knowing that he won’t be able to be back home with them, has really broken him.”

“He’s fighting, but he’s really resigned to the fact that he’ll be deported,” the source continues. “And losing that hope has left him bitter, angry, and unhappy. He’s a shell of who he used to be.”

“Teresa and Joe have had their arguments in the past few months, but Teresa doesn’t want Joe to get deported,” adds the source. “She wants him to come home for their family. She loves Joe and it hurts her to see how he is being treated.”

Meanwhile, Teresa revealed how she and her four daughters are dealing with Joe's deportation battle. "I am doing good," she told Entertainment Tonight. "My daughters are doing well. We're hanging in there."

"They are doing good, thank God. They are pretty amazing, Strong, young woman," she said about her girls. "I guess they get it from their mommy."

If you recall, an immigration judge denied Joe's bond last week when he asked to leave ICE facility and go home with his family while the decision in his deportation appeal was being made.

Teresa revealed she is staying positive and said that "just being with my daughters" makes things better. "It's a tough time right now, so just being with my daughters [helps]," she shared.

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