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"It's going to take a while," said attorney Nazly Mamedova. Marriage to Ricky's mother would make Mendez the boy's stepfather and give him a legally recognized relationship with the child, which could help their hardship appeal. The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Jan. 12 to delay the deportation to determine if it had jurisdiction in the case and then issued a schedule on Jan. 18 for going forward with the case. The dates stretch into April. The couple has been engaged since February – when Ricky was seriously injured in a car crash in Fairfield that also left his mother with a broken arm and leg. Ricky's many severe injuries included spinal damage, which left him paralyzed from the waist down. Mendoza and Mendez have written letters that attorneys will file with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement that state their desire to marry each other. They have lived together and have known each other since 2014. ICE needs to approve the request.
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