The Post Office talked to the workers and their lawyer, who said the abrupt shot took place on January 18, even though some of the individuals had worked as club employees for several years.
The two women who spoke to the Times last year said that supervisors at the club took active measures to avoid the discovery and hold their jobs, but there was no evidence that senior executives of Trump or Trump Organization knew about their immigration status.
Swiss Post reported that the company was working at Trump National Golf Club Workers were told that they had found during an audit that their immigration documents were fake.
CNN has contacted the Trump Organization and the White House to comment.
Eric Trump, son of President and Vice President of the Trump Organization, said in an email to The Post, "We make every effort to identify any employee who has been given false and fraudulent documents about job hijacking If identified, any person will be terminated immediately. "
According to Eric The Trump, Eric Trump adds that this is one of the reasons" My father is fighting so hard for the immigration reform, the system is broken. "
Gabriel Sedano, a former maintenance worker who worked at the club since 2005, was fired and spoke by mail.
"I told them that they needed to think about it, I worked for them in this club for almost 1
Veronica Stracqualursi of CNN contributed to this report.