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>> A federal judge has temporarily blocked the deportation of a pizza delivery man who was detained after delivering food to an army base in New York. 35-year-old Pablo Villavicencio, an undocumented immigrant from Ecuador, has been granted a temporary stay until July 20th.>> No hate. No fear.>> The married father of two will remain in ICE custody until his case goes to court.
>> Please, ICE, do the right thing with my husband. He is trying to stay here in the legal way. Please, don't stop him. Don't take him away from us.>> His wife, who is a US Citizen, says Villavicencio currently has an open green card application. He was arrested on June 1st, after delivering food to Fort Hamilton Army Base.
A background check revealed he had an outstanding deportation warrant from 2010.>> This is a hard working family guy.>> New York Senator, Chuck Schumer, along with Governor Cuomo, say they will fight to keep the young father from being sent back to Ecuador. Meanwhile, dozens of restaurant owners say their drivers are now afraid to deliver food to the army base.