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U.S. Can't Reunite All Immigrant Toddlers by Tuesday Deadline

Less Than Half of The Separated Immigrant Toddlers Will be Reunited By Tomorrow's Deadline Babies Appear in Immigration Court as Trump Administration Struggles to Reunite Even Half of Children Under 5
Ellis Copeland | 12 July, 2018, 20:44

This sort of carelessness raises major questions ahead of an even more significant deadline than Tuesday's: Sabraw had also ordered the government to reunite all of the almost 3,000 children it took from parents by July 26.

Martin said he would have grave concerns if the children were not reunited with their parents quickly.

Asked Tuesday morning about the missed deadline, Trump said: 'Well, I have a solution. "I am optimistic that many of these families will be reunited by tomorrow and we will have a clear understanding of who has been reunited and the reasons for not reuniting others". Nine were in custody of the U.S. Marshals Service for other offences. Defendants are unable to conclusively determine whether the parent is a class member, and records show the parent and child might be USA citizens.

One adult's location "has been unknown for over a year", the Trump administration said. With key deadlines looming, the government says it's doing everything it can but in some cases will need more time than the court has given them. While parents were criminally prosecuted, children were placed in custody of the Health and Human Services Department. They said an additional 17 could also join their parents if DNA results arrived and a criminal background check on a parent was completed. One adult had a falsified birth certificate, one was accused of abusing the child who had been brought across the border, one was being treated for "a communicable disease" and one had planned to house their child with an adult who had been charged with child sexual abuse. "We demand immediate reunification of these families, an end to the so-called "zero tolerance" policy, and once and for all we must end family detention".

Children separated from their parents, some as young as 1 year old, are appearing in US immigration court. They claimed the adults in those cases were found to either have criminal histories, or were not the child's actual parent. "They are just using children!" he said.

The families that have been reunited were also released from detention while they undergo immigration proceedings, which could ultimately lead to them being deported, so long as they do not commit crimes and do attend court hearings and meetings with immigration agents.

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Orihuela said that the government knows where both J.S.R. and V.F.B. are and knows where their parents are being held.

A Honduran child plays at the Catholic Charities Humanitarian Respite Center after recently crossing the U.S., Mexico border with his father on June 21, 2018 in McAllen, Texas. Immigration lawyers say they already are seeing barriers to those reunifications from a backlog in the processing of fingerprinting of parents to families unable to afford the airfare to fly the child to them - which could run as high as $1,000 US. They are given access to medical care and counselling, as well as school.

Last week, the administration requested an extension on the reunification process for those children under the age of 5, stating in a separate hearing Monday that it had only reunited two of them with their parents and would not be able to meet the court-imposed deadline for the rest.

A different judge, in Los Angeles, on Monday dismissed as "dubious" and "unconvincing" the U.S. Justice Department's proposal to modify a 1997 settlement known as the Flores Agreement, which says that children can not be held in detention for long periods, irrespective of whether they're with their families.

After the executive order was issued, the administration said it would seek to detain the families together indefinitely, much like a similar attempt by the Barack Obama administration, but that has so far been blocked by the courts.

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