US immigration officials failed to provide a legal explanation for the first-known deportation of a "Dreamer" under President Donald Trump's administration, attorneys said in a federal lawsuit filed Tuesday. The paper did not correct her abuse of the term "immigrant", which refers to alien individuals given a permanent right to reside in the US and work without restrictions-not foreign criminals squatting on USA territory.
The National Immigration Law Center sued the federal government Tuesday in San Diego to obtain records on Juan Manuel Montes, who was detained by the Border Patrol in February in the California border town of Calexico.
The DACA program, an executive order signed by President Barack Obama in 2012, grants two-year deportation relief to young immigrants who arrived illegally to the U.S.as children. The agent had asked for an ID, which Montes had left in a friend's auto, according to the National Immigration Law Center (NILC).
On the night of February 17, Montes was walking to a taxi station in the border town of Calexico when a Border Patrol agent on a bicycle stopped him and asked for an identification, the suit says.
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While it has been good news that Trump has failed to live up to some of his other promises, like repealing Obamacare and enacting a Muslim ban, this is one broken promise that will tear apart innocent families and hurt the country in the process. According to advocacy group United We Dream, at least 10 DACA enrollees are now in federal custody.
Montes had twice been granted DACA under the Obama administration, each time giving him permission to live and work in the U.S. for two years. "We've seen Trump and (Department of Homeland Security Secretary) John Kelly say, "The DACA program is alive and well.' We've seen (House Speaker) Paul Ryan look straight into the eyes of one of our members and say, 'You have nothing to worry about, '" she added".
Representatives for Montes did not have an answer as to why DHS would not have a record of Montes' DACA status. He started taking welding classes at a Southern California community college and paid for it by picking crops in California and Arizona.
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Hetlage said Montes' DACA status expired August 2015 and has a theft conviction for which he received probation.
"Juan Manuel was funneled across the border without so much as a piece of paper to explain why or how", Preciado said. He again was detained, questioned and asked to sign documents before being returned to Mexico.
"There I worked and studied at the same time". Unable to verify that he was covered by DACA, Montes was detained, questioned and asked to sign certain documents. "I liked it there more than here".
DACA does not guarantee safety from removal, and some Dreamers have been deported after losing their protections. Rather than continuing his education in the United States, where he was studying welding at community college, Montes now works at a gas station and tortilla mill, dreaming of the day he can come home.
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