Garcia lived in the USA for thirty years as an undocumented immigrant, ever since his uncle brought him into the country when he was ten years old.
Jorge Garcia, the man who had lived in the us for 30 years and was to Mexico this week despite having no criminal record, wishes the Trump administration was willing to look at cases individually. An uncle brought him to the U.S.at age 10. Jorge and Cindy have two children who are United States citizens. "I kind of had it in the back of my mind that something like this was going to happen, but I didn't think it was going to happen this soon, because the other times they were giving me more time", Garcia said. Garcia has no criminal record and he pursued citizenship over the last few years.
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He was accompanied by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents on Monday at the Detroit Metro Airport where he boarded his flight to Mexico City where he remains.
He was granted several stays under the Obama administration but was then subjected to deportation when President Trump took office.
Jorge Garcia, 39, has lived in the United States for nearly three decades but failed to secure legal status and his age disqualifies him for (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). "There's nothing ICE can do to shut me up". "There will be no ICE coming to the door to try and deport me because I am a USA citizen".