The man, Daniel Ramirez Medina, has twice been granted deferred action and employment authorization under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, his lawyers said.
A status conference is scheduled at the US District Court in Washington state on Friday.
Ramirez was arrested in Des Moines, while immigration officers were targeting a felon who had been previously deported, local U.S.
The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement would not comment on Medina's tattoo or how it was interpreted.
The officers had arrived at the home to arrest Ramirez's father, though it was unclear why, according to the Reuters report. But the agency said in a statement that agents took Media into custody because he admitted gang membership.
During the Obama administration, ICE agents generally arrested wanted immigration fugitives and convicted criminals.
"I don't think this has to do with any change in policy". "We just don't know what they're going to do", she said. He stressed that Medina's DACA status had been renewed, meaning he had been reviewed a few times for the program by the government. "And while utterly implausible and wholly fabricated, these claims still would not be sufficient evidence that Mr. Ramirez is a threat to the public safety or national security".
About 1,500 immigrants granted DACA status since 2012 have had it revoked have had it revoked because of criminal convictions or gang affiliations. It includes those who have been charged but not convicted; those who have been suspected of crimes; and those whom agents simply deem to be threats. He has said he wants to focus on people who have committed crimes. "Donald Trump and Republicans must say in no uncertain terms that DACA recipients are safe".
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Ramirez's legal team is "going under the impression that this might have been a mistake", Dettmer said. "Are you legally here?" the agents asked Ramirez, according to the lawsuit.
His parents brought him to the United States when he was 7.
"What we have to do is find a way to make sure that you can get right with the law".
But this week she heard about 23-year-old Daniel Ramirez from Seattle.
While Democratic lawmakers are working on proposals to combat discrimination based on people's immigration status, Ortiz-Self said the laws that should protect Ramirez already are on the books and should be respected. And in the meantime, he says, people need to continue to pursue a legislative solution to the broken immigration system that hurts some 11 million undocumented immigrants and their families. In adding the warden of the Northwest Detention Center, where Ramirez allegedly is being held, as a respondent in the case, Donohue noted that "generally, the proper respondent in a habeas action is the warden of the facility where the petitioner is detained".
In a statement, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said the country should not waste time and resources on deporting law-abiding members of communities. The young aliens granted these privileges under DACA are often referred to as "DREAMERS", because DACA granted privileges that were originally proposed under a legislative proposal called the DREAM Act (an acronym for Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors). "Senselessly scaring communities through a lack of transparency and strong-arm tactics is shameful". 'This case should not see the inside of a courtroom'.
On the advice of his brother, who is also a DACA recipient, Ramirez declined to answer more questions.
Ramirez has a 3-year-old son living in California with his mother.