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Actor from “Roma” finally gets U.S. visa
Jorge Guerrero plays Fermín in “Roma” - Photo: File Photo/EL UNIVERSAL

Actor from “Roma” finally gets U.S. visa

13/02/2019
13:12
César Huerta
Mexico City
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Jorge Guerrero had been denied the visa three times

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Jorge Guerrero will be able to attend the Oscars on February 24, as he was finally granted a U.S. visa, which had been denied to him three times.
 

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‘Roma’ actor may miss Oscars after being denied a U.S. Visa 3 times

Alfonso Cuarón recently wrote an official letter for Jorge Guerrero to be granted a U.S. Visa
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The actor, who plays Fermín in “Roma” will attend the awards ceremony along with Alfonso Cuarón, Yalitza Aparicio, Marina de Tavira, among other crew members.

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

“Esta bonito el dia…” “It’s a beautiful day…” Photo by @carlossomonte #ROMACuarón @romacuaron

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Guerrero has previously requested a U.S. visa three times but it had been rejected each time.

The third time he requested the visa, he even included a letter signed by Alfonso Cuarón, stating Guerrero had been invited to the Oscars.

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

“...each person is the product of the history and the sociopolitical landscape.” - Alfonso Cuarón

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Jorge Guerrero told EL UNIVERSAL: “I have never felt offended, angry, or victimized, no one is doing anything to me, that is very clear. How many people go through that?, how many people even risk their lives to travel to the U.S., not for being invited to a red carpet, but for work?”

Guerrero recently participated in a Netflix series about Luis Donaldo Colosio and he is currently working on a TV series about Spanish colonizer Hernán Cortés. He is known for having played Cadete Tello in the Netflix series about Luis Miguel.

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