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Joe's Deportation Nightmare: Giudice Could Be Kicked Out Of U.S. As Soon As March

No Breaks! Joe Giudice's Deportation Appeal Still Pending Amid Divorce Rumors
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Jan. 25 2019, Published 9:43 a.m. ET

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Thousands of immigration cases will be delayed due to the government shutdown, which means many people facing deportation may get to stay in the United States for longer than expected. Unfortunately for jailbird Joe Giudice, he could be kicked out of the country as soon as March, can exclusively reveal.

An immigration official told Radar that since Giudice, 46, is a detainee, his appeals process is still expected to proceed as normal — and a decision will be made before his release from prison on March 14.

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"In most cases appeal decisions have been delayed and everything is on freeze until the government shutdown is over," the official explained to Radar. "However, in cases of detainees, things are still processing as normal because they are priority."

As Radar exclusively reported, an immigration judge ordered the Real Housewives of New Jersey star removed from the United States and deported back to his native Italy on October 10, 2018.

He filed a last-ditch-effort appeal the following month.

Unfortunately for Joe, his long-suffering wife Teresa plans to remain in the U.S. with their four daughters after he's kicked out of the country.

“She is talking about divorce, absolutely,” a source told Radar. “There is no way Teresa is going to uproot her life. He did this, why should she suffer?”

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