The US Government Is Preparing To Reunite Up To 2551 Children Who Were Separated At The Border

  1. The US Government Is Preparing To Reunite Up To 2551 Children Who Were Separated At The Border  BuzzFeed News
  2. Judge Orders 12-Hour Notice to Reunite Immigrant Families  Wall Street Journal
  3. Judge does not punish Trump administration over family separations  USA TODAY
  4. Government says it will reunite up to 200 migrant children a day with their parents  Washington Post
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Judge Orders 12-Hour Notice to Reunite Immigrant Families

  1. Judge Orders 12-Hour Notice to Reunite Immigrant Families  Wall Street Journal
  2. Judge does not punish Trump administration over family separations  USA TODAY
  3. ACLU Says Government Didn’t Give Enough Information On Reunited Immigrant Families  HuffPost
  4. The Health 202: ACLU asks court to force government to pay cost of reuniting migrant families  Washington Post
  5. ‘I Want Her Back’: Some Migrant Families Reunite, but Other Parents Grow Desperate  New York Times
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Judge to weigh new rules as U.S. works to reunite migrant families

Judge to weigh new rules as U.S. works to reunite migrant familiesA federal judge on Friday will consider imposing tougher rules on the U.S. government to ensure it reunites as many as 2,000 immigrant children with their parents by July 26. In a lawsuit brought by the American Civil Liberties Union, U.S. Judge Dana Sabraw in San Diego ordered the government in June to reunite families that had been separated after crossing the U.S.-Mexican border. The government failed to meet a Tuesday deadline for reuniting an initial group of children under 5.


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Trump administration misses court deadline to reunite separated children with their parents

  1. Trump administration misses court deadline to reunite separated children with their parents  ABC News
  2. Trump Administration Plans to Ask Court to Approve Choice for Migrant Parents  Wall Street Journal
  3. Who is Dana Sabraw? 5 things to know about judge who ordered reunification of immigrant families  USA TODAY
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U.S. seeks to reunite more young immigrants as new deadline looms

U.S. seeks to reunite more young immigrants as new deadline loomsA day after dozens of parents were reunited with children who had been separated at the U.S.-Mexico border by immigration officials, the U.S. government faces a looming deadline to match another roughly 2,000 children with parents. The struggle to track and match parents with children under five suggests meeting a July 26 deadline for reuniting the remaining older children could be fraught with problems. “That is going to be a significant undertaking,” U.S. Judge Dana Sabraw said on Tuesday of the next deadline.


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Feds miss deadline to reunite all immigrant children under 5 with families

  1. Feds miss deadline to reunite all immigrant children under 5 with families  CBS News
  2. HHS: 5 adults claiming to be parents of detained children ruled out by DNA tests  The Hill
  3. Just four migrant children have been reunited so far, but dozens more to follow  Washington Examiner
  4. Reunited: 3 immigrant sons meet parents after 2-month separation  USA TODAY
  5. Some immigrant families are being reunited — but their troubles are far from over  CNN
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U.S. to reunite only half of young migrant children by Tuesday deadline

U.S. to reunite only half of young migrant children by Tuesday deadlineBy Marty Graham and Tom Hals SAN DIEGO/WILMINGTON, Del. (Reuters) – The U.S. government is struggling to reunite immigrant families it separated at the border with Mexico and only about half the children under age 5 will be back with their parents by a court-ordered deadline of Tuesday, a government attorney told a judge on Monday. U.S. Judge Dana Sabraw in San Diego last month ordered the government to reunite the approximately 100 children under the age of 5 by Tuesday, and the estimated 2,000 older children by July 26. Sarah Fabian, an attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice, said 54 children younger than 5 would be reunited with parents by the end of Tuesday, and the number could increase depending on background checks.


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US says it will reunite 50 immigrant children, only half number ordered by deadline

  1. US says it will reunite 50 immigrant children, only half number ordered by deadline  Chicago Tribune
  2. Justice Department Will Miss Deadline to Reunite Families Separated at the Border, ACLU Says  Fortune
  3. Babies Appear in Immigration Court as Trump Administration Struggles to Reunite Even Half of Children Under 5  Newsweek
  4. Fewer than HALF of the children under the age of five who were swept up in Trump’s zero tolerance policy are being …  Daily Mail
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