Man living inside a church to avoid deportation

He's been living in the U.S. for 26 years — but inside his church for the last 400 days. Why? Because if he steps outside he risks being deported. 🙏🏽

01/31/2019 10:01 PMupdated: 03/22/2019 6:16 PM
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  • Adav Z.
    01/31/2019 22:16

    He could of done it the right way like my father 27 years ago. Now he's doing great loves this great country. This man made a bad decision now live with the consequences like everyone else. Leveled playing field called life.

  • Esai D.
    01/31/2019 22:23

    It wasnt the same 27 years ago. Real smart

  • Eugene M.
    01/31/2019 22:23

    Send in ICE to remove him. If he came in the legal way, then this would not have happened.

  • Esai D.
    01/31/2019 22:23

    It wasnt that hard 27 years ago why dont u just talk about things u know ? Ok

  • Esai D.
    01/31/2019 22:27

    If it was so easy to get here legally would people risk everything and come illegally anyway. Yall dumb af

  • Nita B.
    01/31/2019 22:30

    I am confused. If he's been in the U.S. 26 yrs, why is he not legal yet?

  • Juba B.
    01/31/2019 22:31

    God bless him and his family. May they stay strong.

  • Mona G.
    01/31/2019 22:32

    It appears sir you have a home in that church and food and support what do American Veterins have living on the street??? And what have you done for America other than live her illegally.

  • John D.
    01/31/2019 22:58

    Here's a thought. Apply for legal citizenchip

  • Nelson W.
    01/31/2019 23:09

    If you are "illegal" how do you pay taxes?

  • Larry T.
    02/01/2019 03:20

    fake news 27 years ago was easy he dident want to like everyone else paid no taxes etc no perks the rite way

  • Daniel S.
    02/01/2019 13:26

    Sooooo.....he is basicly leaching off the church? Hmmmm

  • Alexandros B.
    02/01/2019 13:55

    Living in a church may not be best, but its probably better than the place they want to deport him to.

  • Brut
    02/01/2019 15:26

    Community support is a critical element to keeping the Pinos family fighting for their father - check out Nelson's GoFundMe page here!

  • Michael M.
    02/01/2019 18:31


  • Brenda M.
    02/01/2019 23:58

    This is not right. 26 years he has worked and paid taxes. His children are here, raised by him, educated by the US. He speaks English well, he is productive. He should be allowed to stay and be put on a rapid route to citizenship.

  • Ctsi C.
    02/02/2019 22:17

    He is such a good man and this is such a travesty.

  • Rob M.
    02/03/2019 07:13

    Criminal lovers

  • Shinae H.
    02/05/2019 21:48

    My only question is why does he have an ankle bracelet

  • Jane G.
    02/06/2019 11:11

    This is the real witch hunt .congress has failed these people over years of arguing and giving temporary status then taking it away