Morales was invited to the address of the Trump in the Union, represented by rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman, D-New Jersey, which the Congresman's office and Morales's attorney confirmed separately to CNN.
"I hope Donald Trump finally confirms the real face of immigrants in this country – women and children escaped from violence, legislators and tax-paid people who would do almost everything for being Americans." Watson Coleman said in a statement Wednesday. "And if he can not, I've invited Victorin to see her in his eyes so he can tell his lies to a famous person."
Along with other former club workers, Morales met with Capitol Hill on Tuesday to legislate to investigate the procedures for receiving and obtaining protection against deportation.
After what appeared to be the abuse of her superior and an increasingly hostile environment since Trump's election, Morales said she had decided to speak publicly, although it risked deportation.
Guests are traditionally invited to the address of the Union State by the chairman and members of the Congress, often by warning of a political message.
Democratic lawmakers last year invited guests personally affected by immigration debates and the #MeToo movement.