Teresa Giudice is trying to be "strong" for his next four daughters Joe Giudicedeportation order
A judge from the Pennsylvania immigration court ruled Wednesday that the The real housewives of New Jersey The star's husband will be deported to his native Italy after his release from prison. Joe is expected to be released from prison in March 2019 and is then expected to be transferred to the custody of ICE.
"On October 10, an immigration judge ordered Mr. Guidice to be removed from the Executive Office for Immigration Review." Mr. Guidice reserved his right to appeal the decision to the Board of Immigration Appeals and has 30 days to file an appeal before the order becomes final, "says an ICE statement. "As a normal practice, ICE, through its Criminal Foreigners Program (CAP), works with the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) to identify foreign-born citizens who are likely to be expelled. expulsion while serving their criminal convictions in order to "reduce the costs of ICE detention and expedite withdrawals once the BOP transfers are completed".
Bravo star Teresa, who shares daughters. Gia17 Gabriella14 Milania, 13, and Audriana, 9, with Joe, he was not in court on Wednesday, but E! The news has received an idea of how she is today.
"Teresa is devastated by the news that Joe will be deported to Italy," says a source to E! News. "Although she always knew that this was a possible outcome, Teresa convinced herself that Joe would not be deported."
"Teresa and Joe do not have a current plan on what to do next in their marriage, even though they are committed to finding a way to make this situation work for their family," the source continues. "She hates the idea of ripping her children out of their lives and letting her aging father who lives with her move around the world."
The sources add that Teresa is being "strong" for her daughters, "Taking care of them and their father is of the utmost importance for Teresa at this time."
"Teresa has no plans to go anywhere at this time," a second source tells E! News. "As heartbreaking as it is, the last few years without Joe have given him the chance to get used to life without him to help raise the girls, if he has to keep doing it alone, he knows he can do it."
Teresa has not yet commented publicly on the deportation decision.