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Immigrant advocates on Monday asked international human rights monitors to step in and oversee the Obama administration's deportation policies, saying the U.S. is violating international standards both in how it detains people and who it chooses to deport.
"This extraordinary event prevented the United States from undertaking full and adequate preparations for the hearing today," he said.
He promised a response in writing within 30 days, and also said the commission could hold another hearing on the matter later.