Gia Giudice Shines in Prom Photo Amid Dad Joe's Appeal Against His Deportation
Gia Giudice posted a stunning picture of herself in her prom dress, and she looked so beautiful. She had earlier posted a birthday tribute to her father, who is fighting against his deportation from the United States.
Gia Giudice has completed high school, and as it's customary, she graced her first prom. She looked so stunning and beautiful in her prom dress, a Coco Chateau blue lace V-neck gown.
The beautiful Gia posted the picture on her Instagram page and captioned it with the words, “Prom round one,” accompanied by a blue heart emoji. Her sweet look was well received by her followers, who congratulated her and praised her gorgeous dress and stylish look and beauty.
GIA PAYS TRIBUTE TO HER FATHER
Gia’s father, Joe Giudice has long been involved in a deportation battle with the State but had something to smile about at least after his beloved daughter paid him a glowing tribute on his birthday. Gia posted a sweet picture of herself and her father when she was much younger.
She captioned the picture with a glowing tribute, thanking Joe for teaching her always to keep fighting and never stop giving her all. She also thanked him for being such a huge inspiration and ended the post by asking him to keep smiling, promising to see him soon.
JOE’S BATTLE WITH THE LAW AND DEPORTATION
Joe Giudice has been in a long battle with the law, which led to him and his wife, Teresa, being indicted in 2013, for allegations of hiding assets and tax evasion.
Teresa served 11 months and was released in 2015, while Joe served 41 months in jail, and was released in March. Since his release, "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" Star has been facing a deportation case and currently stays at an Immigration facility in Pennsylvania.
The reality star has been resident in the US since his childhood, but is not a citizen, and can be deported according to the law. One of the laws of the US states that immigrants can be deported if they are convicted of a crime of high moral significance or crimes relatable to an aggravated felony.
GIA PLEADS FOR HER FATHER
She argues that her father is not a threat to society and has never been to Italy since his childhood, and thus alien to their culture and hence would find things hard to come by if he gets deported.
Joe’s family is also trying to create awareness and reach out to the President to get his intervention, though their attempts have not been successful so far. All would await the outcome of Joe’s appeal against his deportation, as many fans would love to see him come out victorious in the case.