An undocumented immigrant who has been working for President Trump's golf clubs in New Jersey for years and recently speaks about his experience will be present at the Union's address after being invited by her lawyer, the lawyer of the woman and the office
The undocumented immigrant, Mikeles, has worked as a hostess at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey since 2013, and talks to the New York Times as part of an article published last month. The report revealed that the company's president, the Trump organization, has for years been hiring people in the golf club who are illegally in the country.
After leaving her office, Morales, from Guatemala, has advocated a fair and just treatment of undocumented migrants. On Wednesday, she said she was pleased that she had been invited to the State of the Union to accept the invitation and was "very proud because I would raise my voice for all of us immigrants."
– I'm not afraid to show the person "she said, speaking in Spanish. "I'm not talking about myself, I'm speaking on behalf of millions of non-documentary immigrants living in the United States."
Congressman Bonnie Watson Coleman represents the New Jersey area where Morales lives. The news that Ms. Morales was invited to attend Professor Watson Coleman's address on Tuesday was reported by The Washington Post on Wednesday (19459007).
"Immigrants are generally hardworking, dependable and skilled people who just want to work and build their lives better here," said Watson Coleman in a statement. "For years these people have been loyal and dedicated enough to be employees of the Trump organization. I hope that in his address to the Union, Donald Trump will finally recognize the true face of immigrants in this country – women and children who flee from violence; law-abiding taxpayers who would do almost anything to be Americans. And if it can not, I invited Quinto to look her in her eyes to tell her lies to a familiar face.
The White House did not respond immediately to a request for a comment Wednesday night.
n. Trump has made border security and protected jobs for Americans the cornerstones of his presidency, and his insistence on building a border wall has led to the recent government stoppage. He described illegal immigration as "a major, major problem," and promised to build a border wall while his administration had raided workplaces and wage audits.
The Times article, published on December 6, said that undocumented immigrants have been employed for years at the Trump National Golf Club as hosts, landscapers, and kitchen staff. It is also said that they were kept on a payroll, although the management knew they had used fake documents to secure employment, as is common with undocumented immigrants
Ms. Earlier, Morales told The Times that a manager at Bedminster had helped her secure a new fake social security number and a legal residence card after telling her that these documents had expired. According to people who are familiar with the issue, they can not work in the United States because they lack the status of legal immigration.
Another dozen fired at Trump National Golf Club in Westchester, New York, This month, the Washington Post reported for the first time.
The Trump organization also said yesterday Tuesday that it is applying a system for the eradication of undocumented migrants trying to find work in its properties.
For me personally, it's really heartbreaking, "said Eric Trump, Trump's executive vice president. "Our employees are like a family, but when presented with fake documents, the employer has no choice."
He said that hiring undocumented migrants is not a unique problem for Trump's organization and that "it shows that our immigration system is heavily broken and must be immediately fixed."