Petition to deport Justin Bieber heading to D.C.

Petition to deport Justin Bieber heading to D.C.

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Do you believe that one of Canada's biggest exports could be deported as a result of his recent Miami arrest?

Less than a week after it was first posted to the government's "We the People" platform, over 100,000 Americans have signed a petition asking the Obama administration to revoke Bieber's green card. According to the site's terms of participation, this means that the White House must now respond to the petition "in a timely fashion."

However, Facetious pop culture petitions haven't exactly been a top priority for the White House; in the past, they've taken two months to respond to calls like the construction of a Death Star and the cancellation of Jimmy Kimmel Live! following an offensive segment.

Bieber faces an array of potential consequences, but if he is sentenced to prison, he'd only get up to six months for drag racing and up to six months for the DUI.

Bieber's arraignment is scheduled for Feb. 14. In the meantime, he'll be kept busy with his Los Angeles egging charges and, perhaps, the sale of his Calabasas mansion.