Tough Times For ‘RHONJ’ Star! Joe Found A Way To Settle The Deportation Order!?
The situation of Giudices is turning from bad to worse even after they were set free from the Bankruptcy fraud charges. It is found that the couple might have to permanently settle in Italy in order to escape more trouble coming their way. Read more to know the detail information on their troubled life.
Joe in big trouble even after facing imprisonment!
Joe, who has already served 41-months in prison, has to be ready for another trouble coming his way. It was found that he will be sent back to his native Italy. Tough times for Giudices. Find out ahead, why he will be deported and how the family is facing the ongoing crisis.
Is Giudices completely out of trouble?
The Giudice family, who have had faced a lot of trouble due to the bankruptcy case, have more things to worry about after a much relief followed their way. As reported, the couple will face a tough time in reference to the deportation of Joe.
What can be done by Joe to get off this deportation?!
It was found that Joe who is in process of being deported has very a little chance to save his place in the US. “He’s facing big challenges,” said immigration law expert Michael Wildes of New York, a former federal prosecutor. “They should be looking for an immigration lawyer before hiring a criminal lawyer.”
Are they completely out of the financial trouble?
Here’s another thing that can again cause trouble for the actress, if not taken a proper care. Even after being free of the fraud charges labeled against the couple, they aren’t completely out of trouble. Another reason that the bankruptcy case was closed had to do with the malpractice suit that they’re also working on.
Will he be deported before he completes his sentence!?
Things for Joe and Teressa seem a pretty much stressed after the recent court order. Many fans even expressed displeasure over the following statement. It was found that he might get deported even before he completes his imprisonment sentence.
Will Teressa move to Italy following husband’s deportation?
Will she move to Italy following her husband’s departure? It was reported that she is all okay moving to native Italy following her husband’s departure. So, is it end for Giudices?
Joe trying best with his team to sort out deportation!?
Their family attorney James Leonard Jr. told the magazine, “The same immigration detainer that was lodged against him in March of 2016 remains in place today, but I want to be absolutely clear about this, no judicial authority has made any decision regarding what will happen with that detainer. Mr. Giudice has immigration counsel who is and has been working aggressively on his behalf so that he can return home to his wife and four young daughters and we remain optimistic that that is how this will end.”