Help Esther keep her family together.
Click on the below link below to view a brief video of my story
My name is Esther Perez, and I'm facing deportation from the US.
I moved from Mexico City in 1996 at the age of 9. We moved here for a better life. I lived in Colorado since then and established a life here and became a mother of my now 17 yo son who is my world.
In 2011 I was detained by immigration and kept away from my son for over 40 days. My immigration case started at that point and was finally able to obtain a work permit and DL. Today I am facing possible deportation due to a minor crime I misdemeanor I committed when I was 19.
My attorneys and I are appealing my case to fight and so that may be able to remain here. Close to my son and the only place I know as my home. My son has decided to join the US Marines upon graduating from high school and obtain a degree in engineering.
My son is my pride and sole source of continuing to stay and see him become the great man that he aspires to be. Separating is going to cause a tremendous hurt and stressful affect on both my son and I. Not to mention painful.
The one thing that can be a great help is a pardon from the Governor or a letter from Senate, Mayor, Congress or the Governor if not from each party. A letter or pardon gives my case a higher chance of being granted residency. It has been an overwhelming fight both emotionally and financially for my son and I. What I ask of you is to click on the link listed here and sign the petition supporting and fighting along my side and my son... a future US Marine to be able to stay here as a US resident. If you would also like to help with the attorney and immigration fees it will a huge blessing and sense of relief.
Thank you for your support.