How an American businessman was allowed to travel through Mexico without a passport
The story of a man who flew through the Mexican border without a visa in order to get to the United States.
He never made it, and is now facing deportation.
The man, who has not been identified, arrived in the United State as a tourist from Canada, where he worked for a company.
He paid $1,000 to enter the country, which he paid with his Visa cards, then purchased a ticket to Miami, Florida, where his wife was a customer at a bar.
He made it to Miami in his personal car, then drove to a nearby airport and boarded a flight to Tampa, Florida.
While in Tampa, the man purchased his flight tickets, then spent the night at a hotel.
When he woke up in the morning, the hotel had changed its booking.
The American tourist had purchased tickets to Mexico.
He was then able to board the flight back to the US.
The United States government is now attempting to deport him, after an immigration judge issued a temporary order, which is now in effect, to prevent him from traveling.
“The government is denying entry to the individual based on the false information provided to the court by the petitioner,” Judge John L. Martin wrote in a September 24, 2018, order.
The government says the petitioner was granted a visa to enter in November.
The order was issued after the judge, who is also an immigration law specialist, heard testimony from the immigration judge, immigration officials and a government attorney.
“This is not a case of a simple mistake,” Judge Martin wrote.
“In this case, the government provided the petitioner with false information in order for him to gain entry into the United