Tell ICE: Ruth Shouldn't Get Deported Because Her Dogs Barked
Ruth Montaño has been in the U.S. 13 years, putting food on our tables as a farm worker and in the service industry. She also has three children. This New Year's Eve, the Kern County Sheriff's Department arrested Ruth in front of her children because a neighbor reported her dogs were barking too loudly.
Now, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is trying to deport her. This is outrageous. No one should be put into deportation proceedings because their dogs bark too loudly. Ruth should not be considered a "high-priority" person for ICE to deport in any way.
Please sign and share this petition to tell ICE to end deportation proceedings against Ruth Montaño, and to end the harmful program, S-COMM, which ensnared her. The more of you that sign this petition, the better Ruth's chances are of staying in the country that has become her home.