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From Joselyn Rodriguez, Florencio’s daughter: The struggle is real guys. Not only as a daughter, as a sister, but as a Soldier. My father, like many and few, envisioned a prosperous future for my brothers, sisters and I. He has sacrificed his life for my family, as do I for my country. His fate and every single one of his children’s future is in the hands of men who’s freedom I fight for. Florencio Rodriguez, my father, is currently detained in San Diego, awaiting verdict. He will ether be reunited with our family, or be sent to Mexico leaving his life and family behind. I’m a resilient individual and nothing will stop me, but a huge weight could be taken off my ruck if only my dad could be home with the loves of my life. Please help me bring my dad home. I will never take any of anyone’s time if I didn’t truly believe this was possible. It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity for my family and I. Senator Nelson’s Office: 202-224-5274 Senator Rubio’s Office: 407-254-2573 “Hi. My name is _________ and I’m a member/director/board member of __________ [organization]. I’m calling to ask the Senator to contact ICE this morning to stop the deportation of Florencio Rodriguez (A# 096-268-045). A formal parole request has been submitted to DHS Secretary Johnson and has been forwarded to your office. It is based on the fact that Florencio’s daughter is an active member of the military, currently stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Joselyn, Florencio’s daughter puts her life at risk for her country. Is the Senator willing to stand with her to keep her family together? Will the Senator be contacting ICE this morning? Thank you.”

nitemoon:

From Joselyn Rodriguez, Florencio’s daughter: The struggle is real guys. Not only as a daughter, as a sister, but as a Soldier. My father, like many and few, envisioned a prosperous future for my brothers, sisters and I. He has sacrificed his life for my family, as do I for my country. His fate and every single one of his children’s future is in the hands of men who’s freedom I fight for. Florencio Rodriguez, my father, is currently detained in San Diego, awaiting verdict. He will ether be reunited with our family, or be sent to Mexico leaving his life and family behind. I’m a resilient individual and nothing will stop me, but a huge weight could be taken off my ruck if only my dad could be home with the loves of my life. Please help me bring my dad home. I will never take any of anyone’s time if I didn’t truly believe this was possible. It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity for my family and I. Senator Nelson’s Office: 202-224-5274 Senator Rubio’s Office: 407-254-2573 “Hi. My name is _________ and I’m a member/director/board member of __________ [organization]. I’m calling to ask the Senator to contact ICE this morning to stop the deportation of Florencio Rodriguez (A# 096-268-045). A formal parole request has been submitted to DHS Secretary Johnson and has been forwarded to your office. It is based on the fact that Florencio’s daughter is an active member of the military, currently stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Joselyn, Florencio’s daughter puts her life at risk for her country. Is the Senator willing to stand with her to keep her family together? Will the Senator be contacting ICE this morning? Thank you.”

5 Notes

nitemoon:

From Joselyn Rodriguez, Florencio’s daughter: The struggle is real guys. Not only as a daughter, as a sister, but as a Soldier. My father, like many and few, envisioned a prosperous future for my brothers, sisters and I. He has sacrificed his life for my family, as do I for my country. His fate and every single one of his children’s future is in the hands of men who’s freedom I fight for. Florencio Rodriguez, my father, is currently detained in San Diego, awaiting verdict. He will ether be reunited with our family, or be sent to Mexico leaving his life and family behind. I’m a resilient individual and nothing will stop me, but a huge weight could be taken off my ruck if only my dad could be home with the loves of my life. Please help me bring my dad home. I will never take any of anyone’s time if I didn’t truly believe this was possible. It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity for my family and I. Senator Nelson’s Office: 202-224-5274 Senator Rubio’s Office: 407-254-2573 “Hi. My name is _________ and I’m a member/director/board member of __________ [organization]. I’m calling to ask the Senator to contact ICE this morning to stop the deportation of Florencio Rodriguez (A# 096-268-045). A formal parole request has been submitted to DHS Secretary Johnson and has been forwarded to your office. It is based on the fact that Florencio’s daughter is an active member of the military, currently stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Joselyn, Florencio’s daughter puts her life at risk for her country. Is the Senator willing to stand with her to keep her family together? Will the Senator be contacting ICE this morning? Thank you.”

nitemoon:

From Joselyn Rodriguez, Florencio’s daughter: The struggle is real guys. Not only as a daughter, as a sister, but as a Soldier. My father, like many and few, envisioned a prosperous future for my brothers, sisters and I. He has sacrificed his life for my family, as do I for my country. His fate and every single one of his children’s future is in the hands of men who’s freedom I fight for. Florencio Rodriguez, my father, is currently detained in San Diego, awaiting verdict. He will ether be reunited with our family, or be sent to Mexico leaving his life and family behind. I’m a resilient individual and nothing will stop me, but a huge weight could be taken off my ruck if only my dad could be home with the loves of my life. Please help me bring my dad home. I will never take any of anyone’s time if I didn’t truly believe this was possible. It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity for my family and I. Senator Nelson’s Office: 202-224-5274 Senator Rubio’s Office: 407-254-2573 “Hi. My name is _________ and I’m a member/director/board member of __________ [organization]. I’m calling to ask the Senator to contact ICE this morning to stop the deportation of Florencio Rodriguez (A# 096-268-045). A formal parole request has been submitted to DHS Secretary Johnson and has been forwarded to your office. It is based on the fact that Florencio’s daughter is an active member of the military, currently stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Joselyn, Florencio’s daughter puts her life at risk for her country. Is the Senator willing to stand with her to keep her family together? Will the Senator be contacting ICE this morning? Thank you.”

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