Her case for asylum was based on the danger presented by drug cartel activity in her hometown, specifically the cartel's kidnapping of her father.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says the gun used in the fatal shooting of a deputy has not been found.
Her attorneys said they are working to re-open Trujillo-Diaz's most recent request for asylum.
Mexican citizenship extends to both legal and illegal immigrants living in the USA, who come from Mexican descent.
She was deported earlier this week. Upon arrival, ICE officials allegedly told her to report back on May 1.
Recensione Honda Accord 2016
Per garantire la sicurezza del conducente e dell'auto, la telecamera posteriore è integrata con dei sensori di parcheggio. A seconda dell'intensità della pioggia battente sul parabrezza, i tergicristalli si regoleranno automaticamente.
Maribel Trujillo-Diaz, 41, was flown from Alexandria, Louisiana, to Mexico City on a chartered Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) flight, according to an immigration official and an official of the Mexican consulate in New Orleans.
The online piece, by Guardian chief us reporter Ed Pilkington, presents Maribel Trujillo, an illegal alien from Mexico, as victim of what her lawyer and Pilkington's headline describe as the "heartless policies" of President Donald Trump.
However, an immigration official noted that "in an exercise of discretion and prior to her removal, the agency allowed Ms. Trujillo to remain free from custody with periodic reporting, while her immigration case was pending, " said Khaalid Walls, with the Detroit ICE office. She was thrust into the nation's immigration system when she was arrested in 2007 along with 160 other workers during an immigration raid at a chicken processing plant in Fairfield. She is not now, nor has she ever been, a national of any country but Mexico. Finally, in 2014, during President Barack Obama's tenure, she has handed an order of deportation. We will continue to fight for an America that prizes united families and humane policies over the arbitrary and cruel deportation push by DHS.
For parents who are ordered removed, it is their decision whether or not to relocate their children with them.
Trujillo is not from Fairfield, Ohio, but from Mexico. "I'm disappointed that the case could not have been resolved in a manner that keeps this family together".