A father and son are among thousands of people who have been deported from the US to their home countries in an unprecedented effort to stem the tide of people coming into the country illegally.
A US court ruling last week has effectively stopped people like them from returning to the US and allowing them to remain in their homes.
The US Department of Health and Human Services has said it has not received a single request for information from people in their home country to be allowed to stay.
The department has said that it is not enforcing the order as of this afternoon.
The family of Dr William G. Davis, of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, who has been in the US for more than a decade, will be leaving the country on Monday.
He is one of many people who will soon be leaving their homes in the United States as they face deportation to the country where they will face further scrutiny by immigration authorities.
His father, William G Davis Sr, said that the US immigration authorities are not helping the family, nor are they doing their job.
‘I don’t think they’re doing their jobs properly.
We need them to do their jobs.’
The family was told that they were eligible to come to the United US because they had been accepted as an immigrant by the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and are a high risk to be deported, he said.
He said the family had been given a letter to arrive in the country, which is now a week late.
Davis said that he believes his father is being targeted because of his faith.’
They told us they don’t like Muslims.
The way that they are speaking about us, that they don`t like Muslims, they`re saying, ‘you`re a Muslim.’
‘My dad, he`s a doctor, and they`ve told him that we`re not a good fit here.’
So it`s kind of a big deal.’
He`s an immigrant from Guatemala, he came here legally and now they`m trying to put him in the same boat with all the other immigrants who are being deported from America.’
In a statement, ICE said that people should contact the local authorities if they believe they are being targeted by their country of origin.
It said: ‘If you believe you are a person of concern, please contact your local authorities.
If you have any information on this individual, please notify the nearest ICE field office.’
But the Davis family said they would not be going to court, and that they will stay put.
Dr Davis said that they have been receiving letters from ICE to notify them of their deportation and to be interviewed.
I think that it’s wrong to try to intimidate people and to force them to come back to the countries where they are already in and be interviewed by the authorities.’
We`ve been told that we don`re being targeted.
His wife, Mary Jo, also told The Lad that she is not feeling safe.’
If they can`t do their job, we`ll be here,’ she said.
‘We`re already in this country illegally.’
Dr William G, who is a licensed medical doctor and a former member of the Mormon church, was the first doctor in the state of Utah to receive a federal immigration hold over a death sentence conviction.
He was jailed in 2006 for the murder of a Utah man who was beaten to death in a robbery he said was carried out by a rival gang.
He was later convicted of killing the man in his Salt Lake City apartment, and is serving a life sentence without parole.
He was freed in 2015 after serving more than 16 years in prison.
‘We are just a family, but they have come to do the job that they`ll have to do,’ he said, adding that his family is in limbo.’
I think we should just leave.
We`re just a little family.’
His eldest son, Michael Davis, said he would not let his family stay in the States, even though they`d be safe.
‘I don`trink that we are safe, but it`ll all depend on what happens with the US court system.’
There`s so many people in jail in Utah who have never been convicted of anything.
We can`ve put up with that.’