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Arrivaderci Giuseppe? Joe Giudice Ponders Moving Family To Italy After He’s Done In The Pokey, Says He’ll Worry About Potential Deportation ‘When The Times Comes’

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Oct. 9 2014, Published 5:01 p.m. ET

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With everything on his plate these days, getting kicked out of the country is the last thing on Joe Giudice’s mind.

In a preview of the second part of Watch What Happens Live: One-On-One with Teresa and Joe Giudice, the prison-bound father-of-four said he hasn’t yet worried about the possibility of being deported after his 41-month prison sentence is complete.

“I’m gonna worry about that when the times comes,” said Joe, who’s due to enter prison after his wife Teresa’s 2016 release from her 15-month stint in custody.

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Asked if he’s milled over the idea of moving his family there in five years, after their sentences are complete, Joe posed the question, “Is that such a bad thing?"

A nodding, supportive Teresa chimed in, “It’s in God’s hands.”

A stoic Joe added that he doesn’t particularly look at things through a long-term lens.

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“You gotta think about it moment-by-moment, day-by-day — you can’t think of things five years from now,” the burly 42-year-old said. “There’s no guarantee we’re gonna be here in five years.”


As we previously reported, a Giudice insider told that the family’s attorneys have told Joe — who never initially became an American citizen — he “should be prepared to be deported back to Italy.

There was hope he could avoid being deported on a technicality, but immigration officials are ready to begin the proceedings. This is a high-profile case, and the feds don’t want to be viewed as going easy on Joe … but he won’t be deported until he finishes serving the prison sentence.”

A second installment of Watch What Happens Live: One-On-One with Teresa and Joe Giudice airs Thursday at 9/8c on Bravo.



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