Government Won’t Reunite All Under-5 Children With Parents Before Tuesday Deadline
Government Won’t Reunite All Under-5 Children With Parents Before Tuesday Deadline
Less Than Half of The Separated Immigrant Toddlers Will be Reunited By Tomorrow's Deadline
10 July, 2018, 17:45
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As for most of the rest of the under-5 children who have yet to reunited with their families, Fabian said that their parents have already been released into the USA, have been deported, or are behind bars on criminal charges.
We are going to propose within 48 hours of contacting a parent who is in the USA, and within one week of contacting a parent who's already been removed to another country. "ICE will assume custody and then release the parent and children together", she said.
Federal officials have said somewhere "under 3,000" migrant children have been separated overall, but their numbers have varied.
Judge Dana M. Sabraw of the U.S. District Court in San Diego had set a deadline of Tuesday for the youngest children to be returned, but government lawyers said Monday that of 102 such children now in government custody, authorities have been able to identify, locate and vet the parents of only 54.
During the hearing the ACLU also accused the Trump administration of missing 10 children in its count of those in its custody aged newborn to five. It is not clear how many of those children have been reunited with their parents since.
As the family separation process got underway, the obstacles that the government was setting up for itself became evident.
The infant is one of hundreds of children who have yet to be reunited with their parents, with many separated from their families under the Trump administration's recently rescinded "zero tolerance" family separation policy.
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Eight have parents who are in federal criminal custody.
Amid mounting political pressure and public outrage, President Donald Trump issued an executive order on June 20 ending the separations.
Gelernt said the ACLU was concerned that parents would be put on the street without any money in an unfamiliar city. "We believe there are as many as 10, and I suspect we are going to hear about more". While parents were criminally prosecuted, children were placed in custody of the Health and Human Services Department.
Four children were identified for release to a sponsor other than their mother or father, but the government and ACLU are working to determine whether the parent wants them to be reunited instead, the government attorney said. The government has limited family-style detention space.
But Trump said in his executive order that the government meant to keep families detained together, and tent camps and other facilities are being prepared to accommodate thousands of them.
If the deadline is not reached, as it appears it will not, it is unclear what exactly would happen. Lawyers for the plaintiffs are likely to ask the judge to streamline the time-consuming bureaucratic process required for reuniting additional families. The 30-day deadline is up July 26. As the ACLU argued in Friday's court hearing, those steps were originally designed for vetting a non-parent sponsor taking custody of a child who immigrated to the US alone, not for reuniting children with their own parents.
But Gelernt took issue with the administration's "continued insistence on using the longer reunification process" - procedures HHS uses for children who arrive to the USA alone.
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