"He was arrested by (Border Patrol) just minutes after he made his illegal entry and admitted under oath during the arrest interview that he had entered illegally", Hetlage told this newspaper in an email.
The federal judge who Donald Trump once derided as "a Mexican" will soon oversee the high-profile case involving the deportation of a so-called "Dreamer" by the new president's administration. "No one should have to file a lawsuit to find out what happened to them".
Montes suffered a traumatic brain injury as a child, but nonetheless graduated from a US high school.
The issue at the heart of the case that Curiel will hear now deals directly with whether DHS properly complied, or must now comply, with a FOIA request for documents pertaining to why an undocumented man left the United States while he was a beneficiary of the DACA program. They are here illegally. John Kelly when asked about the case during a border tour in El Paso, Texas on Thursday.
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"But my home is there", Montes said.
Attorneys for Montes said they will be responding immediately to what has been produced today, because they "believe it's willfully insufficient", said Tumlin. We have got to do what God would have us do.
The judge, Gonzalo Curiel, is from IN, but happens to be of Mexican heritage, a fact that Trump seized on when Curiel began to hear the fraud case against Trump University past year.
It's a twist of fate, that the lawsuit landed before the same judge Trump berated on the campaign trail. Curiel will now have to decide whether Trump's administration can legally detain and deport individuals who were guaranteed the right to live and work in the U.S.
Curiel's assignment to the case was completely coincidental, according to rules for the Southern District of California.
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Trump may be considering a major shakeup in his top staff , and that Priebus and Bannon's jobs are in danger. But to ABC News, Bannon flatly denied the reports , calling them "absurd".
"No, I don't think so at all", Trump said.
The Department of Homeland Security disputed the claim Tuesday night, saying Montes' "Dreamer" status expired in 2015 and the agency has no record of his renewal.
"If it's not in the system, then we didn't encounter the person", said a CBP official.
The Department of Homeland Security said in a a statement Wednesday that it "had no record" of Montes' apprehension by Border Patrol agents in the first alleged incident, though it did confirm that he was caught by federal immigration agents while trying to enter the US from Mexico on February 19. "According to our records, his DACA status was not renewed", Hetlage stated.
Even after its latest statement, Homeland Security's account sharply differed from what Montes' attorneys say happened. "To this date, Mr. Montes, who suffers from a cognitive disability and is living in limbo in Mexico, does not know the legal basis for his removal", the complaint states.
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Turnbull said the government would no longer allow 457 visas to be passports to jobs that could and should go to Australians. A quarter of all 457 skilled migrant visa holders in Australia are Indian, which is the highest of any nation.