Dallas, Texas… – The Isenberg Center for Immigration Empowerment (ICIE) dispatched ICIE Team Member Jose Diaz and the Reverend Peter Johnson, nationally known Civil Rights Leader to El Paso, Texas to gain the release of a Mexican Foreign National detained for illegal entry into the United States. The 42 year old woman suffers from severe psychological problems and was only seen by a medical doctor and psychologist after ICIE provided her medicals records from Mexico to officials in El Paso.
“The two representatives from Dallas are on a rescue mission to convince the United States Government to immediately reunite this woman with her family in Mexico so she can continue her treatment”, said ICIE Founder, Ralph Isenberg. Isenberg reports that the team will meet with the press upon arrival and make various visits while in El Paso. The first visit will be to the Office of the United States Attorney to exchange information, followed by a visit to the Mexican Consulate in El Paso. The team will next proceed to the border and meet the husband on the bridge and exchange information. It is not known whether the children, ages 10 and 8 will be present. Finally, Reverend Peter Johnson, who was the youngest member of the staff of Martin Luther King, plans to stop by the Court and make a direct appeal to the Judge to help secure an early resolution to the matter.
ICIE is a privately funded immigration initiative funded by Immigration Activist Ralph Isenberg. The ICIE Organization is known as “a resort of last resort” and becomes involved in matters that involve Constitutional Law and extreme family separation. ICIE is currently helping over 200 foreign nationals with their immigration issues. The work by ICIE is pro bono to those helped.