Joe and his wife, Teresa Giudice, were charged with 41 counts of fraud in 2013. "I can explain." Joe will have a chance to file an appeal to this decision by November 9.
"This is going to break her", a source said.
Then she went off on Teresa's alleged non-stop partying lifestyle, and joked (we think) that TG's already found a way to cash in on Joe's downfall. "I will embrace it the best I can". News. "Even though she always knew this was a possible outcome, Teresa convinced herself that Joe wouldn't be deported". For the most part, Teresa and Joe have been able to withstand the storm, but this time it looks as if they can't get out of this. At the time, he told the publication, "Teresa is not talking about getting divorced, she is not thinking about getting divorced and she's not filing for divorce". "He feels a lot of guilt over what happened and would rather she just remained focused on their girls and things at home than have to worry about another one of his problems".
Teresa Giudice served her 11-month sentence, first, in 2015. "I can't be any more clear about it". Bravo has yet to comment about what's happening.
"There are certain limits, but there very well may be a way to get him back to work in the United States", explained Matthew Kolken, an immigration attorney and member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association's Board of Governors.
Giudice was born in Saronno, Italy, but moved to New Jersey with his family as a child and never obtained US citizenship. "There could potentially be a non-immigrant waiver, which is a temporary visa to visit or work at a business". So it's possible this won't be the end of their appearances on the show.
Meanwhile, whatever is coming down the line for them, Giudice has reportedly been firm in supporting her husband, even when friends ask her why she puts up with so much grief.