Fight for Evelyn

A disconcerting injustice is stirring in America, the land of the free. A friend and model citizen, Evelyn Gonzalez, is being deported. Though she is not a legal residence of the United States, she has personified what it is to truly be American over the twenty-plus years that she has lived in the United States, through hard-work and a consistent moral behavior. This is a petition to prevent the impending deportation of Evelyn Gonzalez, a person who has exemplified the kind of person that is desired and sorely needed in America today. THE FACTS: Evelyn was born in Guatemala in February of 1985. The fallowing year her parents immigrated to the United States, to escape the impoverished and civil-war ravaged Guatemala. Evelyn is now twenty-two years old. Over the years that she has resided in America, Evelyn attended Lexington (Nebraska) Public Schools. In high school she was involved in several extra-curricular activities, including soccer, cheerleading, pep club, and the Governor


The sponsors of this petition is a group of people who personally know Evelyn Gonzalez.


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    Kim Schoneman, United States

    7 years ago Comments: I am lifelong resident and a business owner from Lexington. I am also a mother who has had the good fortune to meet some outstanding young people through my children. Evelyn is one of them and it has been an honor to know her. Just as the info in this petition states, she is an asset to my country. There are many natural born citizens that can not boast of the values, work ethic, and citizenship that Evelyn displays. My heart breaks thinking of sending her to a country where even if born there, she is a foreigner. I worry how she will survive. I beg anyone who can help to do so. Please do not deport her.
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