To: President Obama ,US Senate and US Congress
Carol Pringle should be able to stay with her husband Wesley Pringle at their home in Prattsburgh, New York while waiting for her I-130 Application to be processed. She is disabled and depends upon her husband to care for her. They have been married for almost 10 Years. And own a home and have...…
Carol Pringle should be able to stay with her husband Wesley Pringle at their home in Prattsburgh, New York while waiting for her I-130 Application to be processed. She is disabled and depends upon her husband to care for her. They have been married for almost 10 Years. And own a home and have the support of Family and friends in the USA. Carol is an Australian Citizen and Australia is one of The USA's stanchest supporters in the War against Terror. Lets not treat a citizen of one of our friendliest allies as if they are enemies.
To continue demanding that she leave the USA before will cause extreme hardship and most likely homelessness due to the fact that Australia has a Housing shortage and the cost of living is quite high due to the shortage. Plus It would make it so they can't afford to pay the taxes in the USA to retain the property they already own outright.
Lets respect the sanctity of this marriage And allow Wesley to full-fill his vows till death do they part. Also Being that Carol has already had a Stroke and is susceptible to another one if stressed continually Please either Expedite her Visa or allow her to stay with her Husband in Prattsburgh, New York until the Visa proccess is completed.
This petition closed on April 9, 2013.
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First because it's the right thing to do! Second because Our Constitution states and everyone has the inalienable right to life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. And to deny them denies Wesley A US citizen these rights
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