AceShowbiz - It seems like it really is a good bye for Joe Giudice and his wife Teresa Giudice. A new report suggests that "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" star is already making a preparation for a custody agreement amid rumors of their divorce ahead of Joe's looming deportation.
A source shares to Radar Online that Teresa "is working with family members to arrange a proper visitation schedule for the future" between Joe and their daughters, Gia (18), Gabriella (15), Milania (14) and Audriana (10).
Teresa has been hinting that she's not planning to move to Italy if he is deported. And after Joe's deportation appeal was denied earlier this month, rumor has it that the 46-year-old will be officially filing for divorce from him once he's kicked out of the U.S.
According to the report, "Teresa's telling friends she has a heavy work schedule and the girls have a heavy school and social life." The source goes on saying, "It will be tough, so don't expect to her to be flying off to see him."
Meanwhile, Joe, who is currently being held at an ICE facility in Western Pennsylvania, is reportedly not giving up and is still desperately fighting that he can stay in the country. He filed a "petition to review" the appeal dismissal in federal court this week. Additionally, he sued the U.S. Attorney General.
Joe is not the only one who is trying hard to make him stay. Taking to Instagram, Gia and Milania Giudice declared they hadn't given up on being reunited with their father soon and vowed that they wouldn't stop fighting for his return home.
Gia shared a slew of pictures of her and her father, while Milania echoed the sentiment in a separate post and wrote, "we will never stop fighting for you daddy. It's not the same without you. I miss you terribly. I wouldn't be the person I am today with out you, I wouldn't know how to stay strong. I need you home daddy. All I want is to be a family again. I love you endlessy buddy #freejoegiudice."
She tagged President Donald Trump, apparently trying to get his attention on her father's case. The president, however, has not responded to the girl's cry for help.