Teresa Giudice revealed that she is working hard to comply with the deportation order of her husband Joe Giudice at the end of his prison sentence and is not even considering moving to his native Italy at this time.
Teresa Giudice, 46, opened for the first time in an interview from her husband Joe GiudiceThe shocking deportation order made headlines on October 10 and she revealed that she does not plan to move to her native Italy, to which she will be sent back, because both are fighting against the order before it happens. "We're not even thinking about [whether we’d move to Italy] At this moment, "Teresa said in an interview with ET. "We're going to take it day by day, we're going to take one step at a time, first, we're going to process the paperwork to make an appeal, and we're going to overcome that."
the The real housewives of New Jersey Star also rejected any claim that she could divorce Joe because of the problem. No, Teresa said she. "We're going to be a family, and we're going to fight this and overcome this." Despite her hope in the midst of the unfortunate situation, Teresa admitted that she may be distancing reality from the situation because it will allow her emotions to bring out the best in her. "I can not predict the future and I will not be … I will be positive about it," he continued in the interview. "Joe starts talking about [the deportation order] and I do not want to talk about that yet. I'm like, we're still not talking about this & # 39; I kept silent. "I do not want to talk about that, and what comes first are our daughters and we're going to fight against this."
Besides her and Joe's four daughters, Gia, Gabriella, MilaniaY AudrianaTeresa is taking care of her father and a movement would also make things difficult in that situation. "My dad lives with me," he said. "[But] As I said, I'm not even thinking about [possibly leaving my dad] right now."
While Teresa tries to stay focused despite an uncertain future, Joe has served his 41-month sentence at the federal Correctional Institution in Fort Dix, New Jersey. The sentence began in 2016, after both he and Teresa pleaded guilty to multiple fraud charges in 2014. Teresa was sentenced to 15 months in federal prison for the charge and Joe was sentenced to 41. The sentence began in January. 2015, but Launched at the beginning of December of the same year. A few weeks ago, 31 months after Joe's sentence, the judge John Ellington He was ordered to be removed from the United States at the end of his prison sentence and currently has 30 days to appeal the decision.