According to a brand new report, RHONJ star Teresa Giudice is having a very hard time with her husband Joe’s deportation order decision but she is trying her best to stay ‘strong.’ As you may know by now, an immigration court judge decided earlier today that the man will have to go back to his native country, Italy, after getting released from prison in March of next year.
An ICE statement reads: ‘On October 10, Mr. Guidice was ordered to be removed by an immigration judge. Mr. Guidice has a right to appeal the decision and has 30 days to file an appeal before the order becomes final. As standard practice, the ICE, through its Criminal Alien Program works with the Bureau of Prisons to identify foreign born nationals who are amenable for removal. They are placed in removal proceedings while also serving their sentences in order to reduce detention costs and expedite removals once the Bureau of Prisons transfers are completed.’
One source told E! News that ‘Teresa is devastated at the news that Joe will be deported to Italy. Even though she knew this was a possible outcome, Teresa’s convinced herself that Joe would not be deported.’
They went on to share that ‘Teresa and Joe have no current plan in place for what to do in their marriage next, even though she’s committed to finding a way to make the situation work for her family. She hates the idea of uprooting the children from their lives and leaving her father who lives with her in order to move across the world.’
The reality TV star is apparently being very ‘strong’ for the sake of their four daughters.
‘Caring for them and her father is of the utmost importance to Teresa right now.’
In case you were wondering if Teresa and the girls will move to Italy with him as well, another source claims it’s more likely that she won’t!
‘Teresa has no plans to go anywhere at the moment. As heartbreaking as this sounds, the past few years without Joe have really given her a chance to get used to life without him around helping raise the kids. If she must keep doing it alone, she knows she can.’