N.J. grandpa at risk of deportation 'very happy' to get relief from ICE

NEWARK — The Union City grandfather who amassed support from senators and the Archbishop of Newark as he fought his deportation, officially received paperwork on Thursday that allows him to stay in the country for at least one year.

“The pressure continues but when they gave me this news, I felt very content, very happy,” Catalino Guerrero, 59, an undocumented immigrant from Mexico, said in Spanish. 

Guerrero, however, had expressed concern that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement this week asked his wife, Margarita Onefre, who is also undocumented, to start checking in with the agency periodically. 

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Source: NJ.com Essex

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