Joe Giudice Deportation Appeal Denied, Government Confirms

Joe Giudice’s worst nightmare has become a reality — his deportation appeal has been denied, can confirm.

“The Board of Immigration Appeals dismissed the case on April 11, 2019,” The Executive Office for Immigration Review exclusively told Radar.

A EOIR spokesperson added that Joe has the opportunity to file an appeal to the appeal dismissal.

“Please note that if the respondent disagrees with the BIA’s final decision, the respondent may file an appeal (“petition for review”) with the appropriate federal circuit court of appeals,” the rep exclusively told Radar.

According to E!, which first reported the dismissal, Joe’s legal team already filed a petition for the federal court to review the decision.

But if the court refuses to review the petition, he’ll have no choice but to leave the United States, where he has lived since he was a baby.

Radar exclusively reported an immigration judge ordered Joe to be deported on October 10, 2018.

He filed an appeal in November, just before the deadline.

Joe was released from federal prison after a three-year sentence on fraud charges in March, and was promptly transferred to ICE custody.

He spent the last month in the Clinton County Correctional Facility in McElhattan, Pennsylvania, a center notorious for violence and poor living conditions.

“It’s just gloomy, you’re like in a dungeon,” a fellow inmate’s mother told Radar.

Meanwhile, his wife Teresa — whom Radar caught holding hands with a 26-year-old boy toy on a Miami getaway in February — recently admitted she will leave her husband if he’s deported.

A source previously told Radar she will file divorce papers as soon as he’s kicked out of the country, which appears to be imminent.

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