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Letter from a detainee
The author asks for help finding a pro bono lawyer. The author writes, "I cannot return to my country because they will kill me." There is no family there. Included with the letter are photocopies of immigration court documents that will not be published online in order to protect the privacy and security of the detainee. The documents include: 2 copies of DHS form I-299(a) "Warning for Failure to Depart", an Immigration Court order denying the author withholding of removal, and DHS from I-294 "Warning to Alien Ordered Removed or Deported."
United States - California - Otay Mesa Detention Center
CoreCivic, a private corrections company
The San Diego State University Library, Special Collections & University Archives
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