A federal appeals court ruled that a removal order of a foreign worker who came to the US on an H-2A agricultural guest worker visa was proper, Bloomberg BNA reports.
Jose Valles-Diera entered the US in August 2007 under a H-2A visa acquired by Clay Lowry Forestry Inc. and was supposed to leave the country by October 2007. According to court records, after about a month, Valle-Diera left that company and stayed in the US working for other employers. He came to the attention of Immigration and Customs Enforcement in 2010 after he was arrested for a traffic violation. An Immigration judge ordered Valles-Diera removed in 2012.