Trump said Curiel was a "hater" and referred to the Indiana-born judge as a Mexican. Within three hours, he was back in Mexico, becoming the first undocumented immigrant with active DACA status deported by the Trump administration's stepped-up deportation policy. They're undocumented immigrants who came...
"The immigrant community, we know how border patrol works". He was walking to a taxi station Feb.17 in the border town of Calexico when a Border Patrol agent approached him and asked for identification. However, the agency also said Montes acknowledged under oath that he left and then re-entered the country illegally on February 19, forcing him to lose status because it was an admission that he left without required permission.
The 23-year-old Montes was arrested and deported in February while visiting his girlfriend in Calexico, California. Spokeswoman Jenny Burke said the department had no record of him renewing his DACA status after it expired in 2015, even though Montes' attorneys provided a copy of his work authorization card that showed his DACA status was valid through 2018. "He was arrested by Border Patrol just minutes after he made his illegal entry", said the spokesman, "and admitted under oath during the arrest interview that he had entered illegally". The physical departure from the United States of a DACA recipient without governmental permission of a grant of "advance parole" before departure automatically terminates DACA status. "He's Mexican", Trump said, adding, "we're building a wall between here and Mexico".
Previously, Trump had promised to honor Obama's DACA executive actions in the short term, saying that illegal immigrants who came to the country as children "shouldn't be very anxious ..." Until his deportation, he lived with his mother and a younger brother in the US and attended a welding course at a Southern California college. The Trump University suit was settled for $25 million under a deal reached in November. Now Curiel will finally get a chance to do what Trump has been accusing him of doing since the campaign - judging Trump's hardline immigration policies. He insituated that Curiel could not be impartial because he is of Mexican descent. "We will see them in court".More news: Dortmund bus delayed from leaving hotel
"I think there is, the situation is evolving right now".
Throughout the campaign, he had firmly and repeatedly guaranteed that Mexico, not USA taxpayers, would pay for the wall.
"I do not feel that one's heritage makes them incapable of being impartial, but, based on the rulings that I have received in the Trump University civil case, I feel justified in questioning whether I am receiving a fair trial", he added.
Kelly also noted that in the previous eight years, the federal government has not done "any real enforcement' in terms of the border enforcement or those individuals who are in the country illegally".More news: Apple Enlists 15′ Lexus RX 450h For Self-Driving Tests
"It's nearly as if this dream has turned into a nightmare", he told News 12.
Trump was condemned by Democrats and Republicans alike past year after he criticized Curiel's rulings in the Trump University case and attacked Curiel personally.
What is the Montes case?Press secretary Sean Spicer declined to comment, but noted that "there's a lot of additional details that are coming out about that issue". More news: British Labour lawmaker says her party is not trying to win election
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