Lawsuit: Man deported after being part of protection program

Posted April 19, 2017

According to the complaint, Montes came to the United States when he was 9 and suffers from a cognitive disability due to a brain injury.

Montes was approached by a Customs and Border Patrol officer in Calexico, California, who would not allow him to retrieve his wallet from a friend's auto.

Immigration advocacy group United We Dream told USA Today that at least 10 DREAMers have been arrested and are awaiting deportation.

"We demand #JusticeForJuan and demand that he be allowed to return home". Looks like Sessions is winning this round, and not just because of Montes' deportation. If these claims are true, he would be the first DACA-protected undocmented immigrant to face the wrath of Trump's newly-energized deportation force.

"I do have a big heart", he added. According to advocacy groups, another 10 are now in custody.

The center has released a statement saying Juan Manuel Montes is suing the US government for documents explaining why he was deported.

Several DACA recipients have been detained by immigration officials in recent months, causing many to question if their reprieve from deportation is valid under the Trump administration.

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Hetlage said Montes' DACA status expired August 2015 and has a theft conviction for which he received probation. According to the NILC statement, Border Patrol took him to a local station, was asked to sign papers and then removed to Mexico.

Soon after he was mugged and beaten, he said. The following night, after being robbed and beaten, he attempted to cross back into the United States again, but was detained and deported once more. He is now staying with relatives in western Mexico. "No one should have to file a lawsuit to find out what happened to them".

Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), a longtime advocate for Dreamer protections, said in a statement that he was "disturbed" by reports about Montes' removal and had demanded an explanation from ICE. It goes without saying many DREAMers have gone onto be successful students and adults; they are often held up as examples of the flaws with blanket deportation orders.

CBP have declined to discuss Montes' case, citing privacy policy. He also has three convictions for driving without a license, but USA Today notes that none of those convictions are serious enough to disqualify him from receiving DACA status. It says Customs and Border Protection and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, which manages the DACA program, failed to respond to requests for information beyond acknowledging receipt. Montes was deported to Mexicali, Mexico a few hours later. "I thought that if I kept my nose clean nothing would happen".

US Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers arresting foreign nationals in the US.

However Ice and CBP agents have set off alarm bells by targeting categories of non-criminals considered off-limits during the Obama era.

"Even in this administration, because of Trump's comments about loving these people, the integrity of the government's promises are at stake", Hincapié said.