Joe Giudice is on Italian soil. So now what? Now that Joe Giudice has been deported, what’s next?
Joe Giudice has been in ICE custody since March. As Tamara Tattles has previously reported living in a deportation center run by ICE is nothing like prison. Compared to the time he served for his crimes in a US prison facility that has government guidelines for US prisoners that include things like three meals a day, an exercise yard, jobs, TV rooms, and things we take for granted, there is no promise of “three hots and a cot” in an ICE detention center.
Since last March Joe has been appealing his deportation while being in a deportation facility, If you recall, Joe’s attorney’s had him moved from his original prison to a different one very early on during his sentence. That was because his initial prison did not allow access to immigration court. This is very important because fighting deportation is a very uphill battle that takes YEARS. Most people begin the process, if they can afford to at all after serving their time. Joe’s attorneys wanted to start the process as soon as he was incarcerated.
Joe Giudice Called Home From The Plane
That was a wise thing to do because otherwise he was looking at years in a deportation center while trying to fight to stay in the US. Deportation centers are horrific. In 2016 I spoke at length with a local deportation lawyer. She explained to me how horrible the conditions were and how unlikely it would be for Joe to stay in the US.
Joe Giudice’s deportation has been on the books for quite a while. He’s had enough of the deportation center and finally decided that rather than stay there waiting his final hail mary at getting to stay in the US, he wanted to await the outcome in Italy. I’m surprised that worked out. But apparently he left tonight for Rome on a commercial flight with the blessing of the court.
It’s clear he knows his chances are slim of being to stay in the US so he might as well wait out the answer in Italy. It is highly unlikely that he will ever be allowed back in the country,
Meanwhile, Teresa has already moved on with a young boytoy, That will be her storyline for the upcoming season of RHONJ season ten. See the trailer below. You can hear Joe say he never wanted to marry Teresa in the first place.
Joe called Teresa and Gia from the plane. He is very happy to be out of the nasty deportation center and on the way to Italy.
RHONJ Season Ten Should Be FIRE!
I am kind of looking forward to RHONJ. While the drama in cities like Beverly Hills and Orange County seems manufactured. There is no lack of violent drama and behavior in New Jersey. Check out the season trailer below.
I had heard well over a year ago that Teresa had already spoken to another Italian felon who had found some employment for Joe Giudice in Italy. She also had secured a place for him to live. However, she and the girls will not be rushing over to visit Joe. But he will be able to drink and eat pasta while waiting to be rejected by the deportation judge.
What I want to know is did they get him an Italian passport? I suppose they had to. I believe when the RHONJ cast went to Italy in a previous season that Joe probably used his brother’s passport. Just like he use to use his drivers license.