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“The Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Joe Giudice, has joined Instagram, and reunited with his wife (Teresa Giudice’s father in the process.
“Always have a full table,” Giudice wrote on Instagram, sharing a picture of herself eating dinner with the family, along with Giacinto Gorga, as the father of Teresa.
Giudice’s accession to Instagram in the wake of facing a possible deportation to his native Italy after serving his 41-month prison sentence. Giudice also served time on charges of bankruptcy fraud, conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud and failed to file a tax return.
‘RHONJ’ STAR JOE GIUDICE IS BREAKING HIS SILENCE FOLLOWING THE ARRIVAL IN ITALY OF
Giudice went on to post a few photos with friends and family and enjoying life in Italy.
“On the other side of the world, #familyandfriends #forgetaboutit,” Giudice signature of the set of images.
JOE GIUDICE AND FAMILY ARE ‘VERY DISAPPOINTED’ AFTER THE DEPORTATION, THE APPEAL IS DENIED
After his release from prison, Giudice has been placed in the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, and because of his crimes, and it is not a united states citizen. (The immigrants that is, a so-called “green card” or legal U.S. residency, if the Guidice’s are said to have, according to The North Jersey Record, however, will be subject to removal from the U.S. if they commit crimes, and are not naturalized citizens of the united states.) After the first six months of the “RHONJ” star’s husband, was granted permission to travel to and reside in his native country of Italy at the awaiting a final decision on his deportation appeal.
The North Jersey Record, said Giudice came to the United States with his parents when he was just 1-years-old, and that he received his green card, which allowed him to live and work in the US
Wife, Teresa, said she once tried to get Joe to apply for U.S. citizenship, but never made it a priority this year.
“When I married him, I don’t know,” she said. “I remember, when I was trying to get him to do it, I’ve been trying to fill out the paper work for you. It was never on my radar as well. It’s not like I’m married to an immigrant, and I’m like, ‘Oh, my God, my God, I have made him an American citizen.’ Never would have thought of that at all.”
JOE GIUDICE IS GRANTED A REQUEST TO RETURN TO ITALY DURING THE DEPORTATION APPEAL
To speak of a possible deportation, Giudice told Andy Cohen last week, in “My mistake was that I never became a citizen. It was stupid of me.”
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“If you’re here to be treated like a child, you can do it here, not a big deal to me. You’re not a criminal. Busted my ass my whole life…. Let me tell you, I was a hard worker, and it was not one of those guys who, to me, has nothing to do with the day. It wasn’t me,” he continued.