A Mexican immigrant was recruited by the FBI to be an informant, under the promise of receiving his immigration papers. After the case was over, the federal investigation bureau changed its mind and made it available to the immigration authorities for deportation.
“They told me that they would help me with my legal status, they told me that if I helped them they helped me but at the end when everything went to court, they sent me to lock me up and they lost me in the system so I would not testify against the police officers. When there were no witnesses, I could not press charges against them, “said the immigrant who identified himself as Albino and asked not to show his face.
“I went on bail and I still have an immigration shackle on my leg so they know my location,” he added.
The man hired the services of immigration lawyer Natalie Ghayoumi who is using different strategies to avoid his deportation.