Joe Giudice could have a troublesome time gaining entry into another international locations on account of his legal previous whereas he sits in Italy awaiting a choice on his deportation order.
Joe Giudice, who shares 4 daughters with Teresa Giudice, 47, was launched from a low safety correctional facility in Allenwood, PA on Mar. 14 after serving almost three years in federal jail for chapter fraud and conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud. The 47-year-old actuality star spent seven extra months in ICE custody preventing his deportation order to have the ability to keep within the U.S. with Teresa and his daughters Gia, 18, Gabriella, 15, Milania, 14, and Audriana, 10. However Joe made the choice to return to Italy within the meantime and is exploring all his choices.
Whereas ready in his native nation of Italy for a choice on his enchantment in response to his deportation order, Joe has considered visiting different international locations comparable to Canada to be nearer to his household. However regardless of acquiring an Italian passport, Joe could not be capable to journey to Canada, or another nation for that matter, on account of his legal historical past. Trevino spoke EXCLUSIVELY with immigration lawyer Edward Shulman, Esq. who defined, “As an Italian citizen, Joe is allowed to go to no matter nation accepts an Italian citizen. Nevertheless, as a result of Joe is a felon and has legal convictions some international locations could deny his entry.”
“One other nation could enable Joe to request a waiver to permit him entry quickly however once more, there’s no assure even a waiver could be granted,” Shulman continued. “There’s no means of figuring out what the chances are high that one other nation would grant him entry or settle for a waiver.”
When requested if there are particular international locations which have a coverage with reference to a customer’s legal previous, Shulman added, “No, all people has that coverage. The query is are they prepared to simply accept him or not due to his legal document. If Joe takes his Italian passport and tries to fly into Canada, Canada may deny his entry primarily based on his convictions and never enable him into the nation.”
Shulman added that “in concept” Joe could also be caught in Italy eternally, however mentioned, “The one factor that will work is since Italy is a part of the EU, he could also be driving from Italy to a different nation and so they may waive him via in the event that they’re not checking their computer systems. So they may see he’s an Italian citizen and simply let him via. However another nation that isn’t a part of the EU then he could be subjected to their guidelines and laws as as to whether or not he wants a visa, and in the event that they request a waiver from him.”