Mario Rangel, Army Veteran, deported 12 years ago for felony drug possession

I don’t want anybody to feel sorry for us. I really don’t. We’re all men. We’re all responsible. We don’t want to be going to the US and be a burden to nobody. We just want another chance. Most of us have paid for our mistakes. Most of us know what we did wrong. And most of us know what we need to do to become a part of the community again, to be able to offer something, to be that guy again, that veteran, that patriot and not to be a bad guy. Cause some of us don’t want to be a bad guy any more. Some of us never wanted to be that bad guy, but just were put in the situation. We’re asking for a chance to be a good guy again.