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Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice is heading to Italy soon with her four daughters to visit her husband, Joe Giudice. Teresa and Joe pleaded guilty to fraud charges in 2014, and both went to prison camp. Joe, who was sentenced to 41 months in prison, never became an American citizen.

Joe was taken into ICE custody when he was done serving his prison time, and an immigration judge ordered that Joe be deported to Italy. Teresa’s husband appealed the ruling. Joe opted to leave the ICE detention center where he was held for nearly a year and head to Italy, where he will wait for the final decision on his appeal.

Teresa Giudice & Her Husband Joe Giudice Will Have Televised Interview With Andy Cohen

Rumors have been swirling about Teresa Giudice and her estranged husband Joe Giudice for years months. She was seen holding hands with a 20-something-year-old named Blake Schreck… more than once. Sources claimed that Teresa barely visited Joe in jail. Reports surfaced that Joe’s mother and brother gave Teresa the cold shoulder during a court appearance in response to all of the cheating rumors.

Now, Joe is out of the ICE detention center and living the skinny life in Italy while he waits on the deportation decision. Teresa and their four daughters haven’t visited yet, but there are some major plans on the agenda. Teresa and Joe will sit down for an interview with Andy Cohen.

Teresa Giudice Real Housewives Of New Jersey RHONJ

Season 10 of Real Housewives of New Jersey returns on November 4, and I am ready for it! We all know that drama with Teresa Giudice will be front and center, given her situation with her husband, Joe Giudice. Teresa and Joe both pleaded guilty to fraud  in 2014, and both spent time in prison.

Joe completed his 41-month sentence in March of 2018. He was then taken into ICE custody. Joe never became a United States citizen and was ordered to be deported to Italy by an immigration judge.

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It has been an action-packed few days for Real Housewives of New Jersey’s Joe Giudice. In 2014, Joe and his wife Teresa Giudice pleaded guilty to fraud and both served time away in prison at camp. After Joe completed his 41-month sentence in March of 2018, he was taken into ICE custody. Joe is not a citizen of the United States. An immigration judge ruled that Joe should be deported to Italy.

He filed an appeal, and his lawyer also filed an appeal bond, which asked that Joe be allowed to return to his family in New Jersey while awaiting the final decision on his deportation. That request was denied, so Joe asked to be sent to Italy to await the final decision. Joe left for Italy on October 11, and his next court date is set for November.

Teresa Giudice & Andy Cohen Speak Out About Joe Giudice Deportation

Even though he hasn’t appeared on Real Housewives of New Jersey in years, Joe Giudice has the strongest storyline on the show. He is currently stuck in an ICE detention center, waiting to find out if he will be deported to Italy. That’s a lot more compelling than watching someone promote a clothing boutique.

This is after he finished up his 41-month prison stint in March. And during his wife Teresa Giudice’s various hand-holding stints with a twenty-something-year-old guy named Blake Schreck. How interesting! The RHONJ Season 10 trailer indicates that Joe’s deportation and the cheating allegations against Teresa will be major storylines. The season looks downright explosive and I can’t wait.

Teresa Giudice Real Housewives Of New Jersey RHONJ

After a long wait, we finally have our first glance at Real Housewives of New Jersey Season 10. Unlike some Real Housewives shows that sweep real life drama under the rug (cough, cough, Beverly Hills), RHONJ addresses all the headlines. Obviously, Joe Giudice’s deportation looms over the season and the Giudice family. Additionally, Teresa Giudice finally has to address those cheating rumors on camera. She was spotted holding hands with “friend” Blake Schreck so many times that it’s about time she answers for it. At another point in the trailer, Joe admits that he never actually wanted to get married. Aww, how sweet.

In other Giudice news, we get to see Teresa’s daughter Gia Giudice go to prom with Dolores Catania’s son Frankie Catania. In the trailer, we even see her say, “He’s so hot” as he walked down the runway during Melissa Gorga’s Envy fashion show. The audience agrees, Gia. As per usual, Teresa is carrying the season on her back. But, the other ladies have some things going on as well.

Joe Giuidice exasperated

Real Housewives of New Jersey’s Joe Giudice is doing everything in his power to avoid deportation to Italy. Joe and his wife, Teresa Giudice, pleaded guilty to federal fraud charges in 2014. Teresa served nearly one year at camp in jail. Joe received a sentence of 41 months. He was released from prison and taken into ICE custody on March 14, 2019.

Joe, who came to the United States when he was one year old, never became a United States citizen. Since he committed a crime of “moral turpitude” he was ordered to be deported. Joe filed an appeal in November of 2018. In July, Joe submitted a brief that detailed the reasons why he should be allowed to live in the United States. This was met with a 40-page rebuttal from the Attorney General stating why the original order to deport Joe should be upheld. Ouch!

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It’s unclear what sort of internet access Joe Giudice had while he was in prison, but there’s no doubt that his family members have been following along with the news stories while he’s been locked up. His wife Teresa Giudice has been photographed holding hands with Blake Schreck, a man in his twenties.

She also said on the Real Housewives of New Jersey reunion that she would divorce Joe if he gets deported. Not only that, but her own social media posts aren’t doing the RHONJ star any favors. Of course, she doesn’t post photos of every single thing that she does, but sure seems to be out on the town a lot these days.