Published: Thu, October 11, 2018

Authorities: 'Real Housewives' husband Joe Giudice to be deported

Authorities: 'Real Housewives' husband Joe Giudice to be deported

Joe's prison release date is now listed as March 14, 2019.

Joe can appeal by November 9.

The Real Housewives Of New Jersey star, who is serving out a three year prison sentence for fraud, has been ordered to be deported back to Italy, according to RadarOnline.

Giudice is now serving a sentence of 41 months in prison. On Wednesday, the Department of Justice confirmed to ET that immigration Judge John Ellington ordered Giudice removed from the U.S.at the end of his sentence. He has 30 days to appeal the decision, said Kathryn Mattingly, a spokeswoman for the Executive Office of Immigration Review.

During a previous court hearing in regard to his potential deportation, Joe attempted to convince the judge on his case to allow him to remain in the USA with his wife Teresa and their four daughters. "But she tells them she loves him and wants to ensure her children grow up with their father".

"Teresa is not talking about getting divorced, she is not thinking about getting divorced and she's not filing for divorce", the "RHONJ" star's lawyer, James Leonard Jr., told Page Six last week.


The couple have four daughters together.

"I mean, Italy's a lovely place to live", she said during the most recent reunion of the Bravo series. Teresa's closest friends often wondered how Teresa and Joe lived so well even after their trouble.

Upon hearing the news, Joe expressed shock and immediately attempted to argue his case.

An emotional Joe continued to try to argue his case and reportedly broke into tears. "Their lives will never be the same". Nothing seemed to make sense, they didn't alter their lifestyle at all. For the most part, Teresa and Joe have been able to withstand the storm, but this time it looks as if they can't get out of this. They added the Giudices had always known deportation was a possibility, but they were trying not to think about it until they had to.

Giudice was born in Saronno, Italy, but moved to New Jersey with his family as a child and never obtained USA citizenship.

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