DETROIT – An immigration judge cast doubt on mental-health problems claimed by an 89-year-old Michigan man who has been ordered deported for his service in a Nazi-controlled police force during World War II.John Kalymon’s lawyer had asked for a competency hearing, saying dementia would prevent the retired auto engineer from testifying in his own defense about events from the 1940s. But Judge Elizabeth Hacker said no.”A mental-competency hearing is not required where a respondent, as here, has had competent and able legal representation and the opportunity to submit evidence and present and cross-examine witnesses,” Hacker said in a 28-page opinion that ordered Kalymon’s removal.The decision to deport him was announced Monday, but the actual opinion was not released at that time. It was obtained Wednesday by The Associated Press.