Published: Fri, July 13, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Trump Administration Reunifies Young Immigrant Kids With Parents

Trump Administration Reunifies Young Immigrant Kids With Parents

She ruled at the time that immigrant children generally can't be held longer than 20 days. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen and U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar released this statement Thursday morning: "Dedicated teams at the Departments of Health and Human Services, Homeland Security, and Justice have worked tirelessly to ensure the safety of Ms. L class members. We will be recommending remedies for the non-compliance". A hearing is scheduled Friday morning.

Justice Department attorneys have been under a 6 p.m. ET Thursday deadline to explain to Dana Sabraw, the USA district judge behind the court order, how they returned the eligible children - and why the rest are ineligible for return under the court's guidelines. "It's all confusing to them why there's so many people here and why there's so many strangers here, but they know that they're safe", Valdes said outside the ICE offices. It wasn't clear if he was one of the dozen; no names have been made public. He declined to provide case information for six others. One parent was suspected of child abuse; another was living in a household with another adult who had an outstanding warrant for criminal sexual abuse of a minor. "Our agencies' careful vetting procedures helped prevent the reunification of children with an alleged murderer, an adult convicted of child cruelty, and adults determined not to be the parent of the child", read a joint statement from the departments. They said some of their parents had already been deported. Some parents of the children have already been deported; others are still in criminal custody; others are undergoing background checks. In court earlier this week, officials said it is possible that one young child held in federal custody for more than a year is a USA citizen.

U.S. President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Wednesday to blame the Democratic Party, among others, for failing to fix what he has characterized as a broken immigration system. An update on that case was not immediately available Thursday.

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Handout/Reuters Baby and toddler high chairs are seen at the Bristow facility, in this photo provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, in Bristow, Virginia. Levy said that one mother of a four-year-old was told by federal authorities to find a larger apartment if she wanted her son back.

According to court filings, both children were forcibly taken from their parents at the border and brought to Noank Community Support Services in CT, where they are now being cared for.

One adult had a fake birth certificate.

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They pointed to seven cases where people claiming to be parents were found to be lying based on DNA testing. While most are "perfectly appropriate sponsors for the children", Meekins said, "sadly, not all are". The order came after many news reports showed emotional images of young children at the border crying for their parents.

Lee Gelernt, an ACLU lawyer involved in the lawsuit that led a federal judge to order the government to reunite families that were separated after crossing the Mexican border, said in text messages to CBS News that the ACLU has been unable to learn anything more about the child.

As daunting as the process appeared in court, this week's deadline concerns less than 5 percent of the children separated from their parents in recent months. On the very night of the first reunification deadline, the Trump Administration announced that rather than being held in detention, migrant families would be released from custody wearing electronic monitors, essentially returning us border policy to the way it was before zero tolerance started. The families will be released after they are reunited. Children under 5 were ordered to be reunited by July 10. Customs and Border Patrol also stopped referring all parents from criminal prosecution, essentially returning the situation at the border to the previous status quo. U.S. District Judge Dana Sabraw told the government to continue working on reunifying families.

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