In a heartfelt post on Instagram, the 18-year-old Real Housewives of New Jersey star shared a throwback photo of herself and her father posing in red outfits.
“Pictures, memories, and hope is the only thing that has gotten my family this far,” Gia captioned the April 19 image. “We are fighters but my father is someone who is one of the most important people in my life. not a day goes by where we don’t love you, miss you, and fight for you with all our hearts. you will be home with us soon daddy. I love you so much.”
Gia also included the hashtag, “#bringjoehome”
Later, Gia and her younger sister Milania both re-shared the post below in which they both tagged President Trump and his family on Instagram, asking them for help in keeping their dad in the country.
“#Donaldtrump do something intervene I voted for you because I support you and what you stand for And your strong belief to take a positive stance and make a change in this country aside from the fact that you supported your own campaign financially if you can do all of those things and all the things you have done I think you can make a motion to bring this man home back to his family instead of sending him to a country that he has no ties to besides his cultural background ✔️ please help @realdonaldtrump Make a motion to pardon Joe Giudice ?? 1 nation under God ! Gods in control nobody else,” the post read.
While Joe’s legal team has filed an appeal in regard to his first appeal’s denial, New Jersey-based immigration lawyer Eric Mark has since confirmed that there isn’t a lot of hope left when it comes to Joe potentially staying in the country.
“When someone is convicted of an aggravated felony, the only option to avoid deportation is pursuant to the Convention Against Torture, meaning it is more likely than not the government of his native country will torture him upon return,” New Jersey-based immigration lawyer Eric Mark explained to Radar Online on April 19.
“Since he is from Italy, and there is virtually no chance the Italian government is going to torture him, he has virtually no chance at winning his appeal or avoiding deportation,” he added.
The Real Housewives of New Jersey season 10 is currently in production and expected to air on Bravo TV later this year.
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