An undocumented immigrant who has worked for years in one of Trumpa's Golf Clubs in New Jersey and has recently talked about his experience, will call his state of affairs in the Union after calling on the Democratic Party Congress.
An undocumented immigrant, Victorina Morales, has been a housekeeper since 2013 at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, NJ. and talked with The New York Times as part of an article published last month. The report revealed that the president's company – the Trump organization – has been employing people in the golf club for years that are illegal in the country.
In a brief interview Wednesday, Mrs. Morales said she had stopped working on the advice of her attorney on December 4, two days before the article was published in the Times. However, lawyer Anibal Romero said that neither he nor his client received a notice of being dismissed. He said Morales's work status at the golf club was not clear.
Since leaving the job, Mrs Morales, from Guatemala, runs a campaign for rights and fair treatment of undocumented immigrants. On Wednesday, she said she was pleased that she was invited to the Union, accepted the call and was "very proud of the fact that I will raise the voice for all of us immigrants".
"I'm not afraid to show my face," she said, speaking in Spanish. "I'm not talking in my name, I'm talking about millions of immigrant immigrants living in the United States."
The Congressman, Bonnie Watson Coleman, represents New Jersey, where Mrs. Morales lives. The news that Mrs. Morales was invited to attend Tuesday at the address of the Union as guest Mr Watson Coleman Washington Post on Wednesday.
"Immigrants are mostly valuable, reliable and skilled people who simply want to work and build better lives here," said Mrs. Watson Coleman. "For years, such people were loyal and devoted so much to being employees of the Trump organization. I hope that Donald Trump, in his speech on the state of the Union, will finally recognize the right of immigrants in this country – women and children flee from violence; they respect the laws, taxpayers who would do almost anything they would be Americans. And if he can not, I summoned Victorina to look in his eyes and apologize to his fiance. "
The White House did not respond immediately to the commentary request on Wednesday night.
Mr. Trump made border security and protected jobs for Americans, and his insistence on building the border wall led to a recent government shutdown. He called illegal immigration a "big, big problem," and promised to build a border wall, while his administration carried out races in the workplace and payroll audits.
The Times article, released on December 6, states that undocumented immigrants have been employed for years in the Trump National Golf Club as home helpers, land planners, and kitchen staff. It was also reported that they were kept on payroll although the administration knew they used fake documents to secure employment, as is commonly the case with non-documented immigrants.
Mrs Morales had earlier told the Times that her manager at Bedminster helped secure a new fake social security number and a permanent residence card after telling her that those who were in the file expired.
Since the article was published, about a dozen workers who are considered unacceptable for work in the United States because they lack legal immigration status have been abolished in Bedminster, claiming people who are familiar with the issue.
Ten more people were fired at Trump National Golf Club in Westchester, NY. this month, which was first reported by The Washington Post.
Trump also said on Tuesday Tuesday that it is implementing a system for removing undocumented immigrants trying to get a job on their property.
"I have to say, for me personally, this whole thing is really heartbreaking," said Eric Trump, executive vice president of Trump's organization on Tuesday. "Our employees are like a family, but when it comes to fake documents, the employer has no choice."
He said that employing non-documented immigrants is not a unique issue for Trump's organization, and that "it shows that our immigration system is very broken and needs to be corrected immediately."