Youngstown businessman Amir "Al Adi" Othman has arrived safely in Jordan after being deported from the United States.
His daughter Linda, who remains in the United States, shared multiple photos of her father's arrival in his home country, writing he is "surrounded by people who love him," including his mother.
"I know we're supposed to be happy, I know we're supposed to feel some kind of relief, but I'm ashamed to be part of this country, I am," Linda further said in a statement. "This is, this is just wrong."
At the age of just 19, Othman moved to San Diego, where he met his first wife and received a green card. After divorcing, he married his second wife in Youngstown before the couple moved overseas, but Othman's green card was confiscated upon their return.
Multiple politicians and local leaders (including U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan) lobbied for Othman to stay in the U.S., but ICE refused to grant a stay of removal. Othman had also been on a hunger strike in protest of the decision, which family members say has now ended.
Othman's family will be holding a rally Tuesday.