UPDATE, JUNE 9, 2018: A stay of deportation was just announced, meaning that Villavicencio-Calderón’s will not be deported this week, and his case will be heard in court.
#BREAKING: @LegalAidNYC wins emergency petition filed today in the #SDNY staying #ICE from deporting #PabloVillavicencio. Cc: @Gregoire1125 @MaketheRoadNY pic.twitter.com/GuLT7Viahn
— The Legal Aid Society (@LegalAidNYC) June 9, 2018
On Thursday afternoon, Carlos Jesús Calzadilla-Palacio, the president of Young Progressives of America, did a live video from lower Manhattan where he said that Pablo Villavicencio-Calderón, the pizza delivery man who was detained by ICE after making a regular delivery to Fort Hamilton on June 1, is scheduled for deportation on Monday. Here is the video, where Calzadilla-Palacio says that he spoke with family, who told him about the news.
Latino Rebels has reached out to ICE for comment, and received the following comment about whether Villavicencio-Calderón will be deported this Monday:
Pablo Villavicencio-Calderon is an illegally present citizen and national of Ecuador. In March 2010, he was granted voluntary departure by an immigration judge, but failed to depart by July 2010 as ordered. As such, his voluntary departure order became a final order of removal and is an ICE fugitive. On June 1, Villavicencio-Calderon was detained by military police officers and turned over to ICE. He remains in ICE custody pending removal.
A ICE spokesperson did not see exactly where Villavicencio-Calderón is being held, but according to Calzadilla-Palacio, it is the Hudson County Correctional Facility in Kearny, New Jersey.
The following Twitter moment has more information about Villavicencio-Calderón’s case. According to reports, Villavicencio-Calderón, who is from Ecuador, was in the process of getting his green card. His wife and his two children are U.S. citizens.
Pizza delivery man turned over to ICE after making a routine delivery to Brooklyn military base
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