Jeanette Vizguerra came to the United States illegally 14 years ago. She declined to meet with immigration officials in Centennial on Wednesday because of fears that she would be deported.
“This is not just an attack on me but an attack on the whole immigrant community,” said Vizguerra. “We have to look and see what we’re going to do, how we’re going to take action to protect ourselves.”
Her Stay of Deportation expired last week. She was concerned that if she met with immigration officials, she would be deported.
Dozens of supporters rallied in Centennial, calling for immigration officials to allow Vizguerra to stay.
She has taken sanctuary in the First Unitarian Society of Denver church located at 1400 N Lafayette St. in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. She says she has been fighting to stay in this country for the last eight years.
Vizguerra has been convicted of possession of forged documents which should result in a five year jail term. Deportation is letting her off easy. Now that she psychotically believes she has a right to stay as an illegal invader, she should be taken to jail to serve the full sentence. Her children are not American citizens, you can only be recognized as American if one of your parents is a citizen.
The protestors screamed “Let us be invaded we LOVE IT” should all be sent to Somalia for a mandatory one year expulsion from America for treason.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesman Shawn Neudauer released this statement to CBS4: “Vizguerra-Ramirez is an ICE enforcement priority. Ms. Vizguerra-Ramirez’s request for another Stay of Removal was denied Feb. 15, 2017 by the ICE Denver Field Office.”