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President Trump's Administration Will Face Judge Gonzalo Curiel in Deported Dreamer Case

20 Avril 2017

A San Diego federal judge who presided over the lawsuit against Trump University has been assigned the recent high-profile "dreamer" deportation case. The case was eventually settled.

Juan Manuel Montes, 23, was supposedly protected under the the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (Daca) programme but agents detained and swiftly expelled him in February, it emerged on Tuesday, as reported in exclusive news by USA Today. While the Trump administration has cracked down on illegal immigration, it has continued to honor Barack Obama's executive amnesty and approve applications for it. The agency acknowledged it received the request but did not fully respond-either to turn over records or deny the request-by the 20-day deadline, as is legally required under FOIA.

President Trump has not been clear about his intentions for DACA recipients.

Montes' attorneys say the only reason he left the country is because he was deported.

While taking a tough line on illegal immigration on the campaign, Trump in February called the DACA program one of the "most hard subjects I have" and expressed sympathy for those brought to the United States as children.

But he also spoke of possible abuses of the DACA program in the same thought, saying in "some of the cases, having DACA and they're gang members and they're drug dealers, too. I only had six more months to finish (my studies)", he said. "They were brought here in such a way - it's a very - it's a very, very tough subject".

But the Department of Homeland Security claims it has no record of Montes' renewal and that his status expired in 2015.

On Tuesday, a group of lawyers filed a complaint in a U.S. District Court in California, seeking more information from U.S. Customs and Border Protection about their encounter with Montes. DHS said Wednesday that never happened.

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Montes' attorneys say their client is believed to be the first known DACA recipient to be deported by President Donald Trump. "There are no records or evidence to support MONTES-Bojorquez's claim that he was detained or taken to the Calexico Port of Entry on February 18, 2017", Lapan said.

An undocumented immigrant protected from removal by a law President Trump assured voters he would stand by has been deported back to Mexico, according to USA Today. According to the NILC, officials "made him sign documents without allowing him to see an immigration judge, seek counsel or obtain copies of the documents he signed".

Trump was condemned by Democrats and Republicans alike previous year after he criticized Curiel's rulings in the Trump University case and attacked Curiel personally. It grants them renewable two-year periods to stay, during which time they can study and work, if they keep out of trouble. According to a lawsuit filed on his behalf, Montes "was approached by a CBP agent while he was walking down the street in Calexico, California on his way to take a taxi home after seeing a friend".

"I would respectfully suggest that, in this case, the facts are not completely out, so I would rather not jump to conclusions about what happened", he said. She said it's highly unlikely Curiel would recuse himself based exclusively on the derogatory comments Trump made about him.

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"We're building a wall".

One supporter of the move, though, was hardliner Rep. Steve King, a Republican from Iowa who supports vastly restricting the flow of immigration into the U.S. and has a history of controversial statements about immigrants.