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Less Than Half of The Separated Immigrant Toddlers Will be Reunited By Tomorrow's Deadline

Trump Administration Will Not Meet Deadline for Reuniting Young Children

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As a result, he told the Trump administration, he expected that 63 children would be reunited with parents by Tuesday's deadline, a number that includes four who had been reunited beforehand.

A government lawyer said on Monday (Tuesday NZT) at least 54 children under the age of 5 would join their parents by a court-ordered deadline, only about half the 100 or so children covered by the order.

US District Judge Dolly Gee said the government had failed to present new evidence to support revising a court order that limits the detention of children who crossed the border illegally.

Their departments were responsible for the reunifications after the administration chose to separate the children from their families under President Donald Trump's hardline "zero tolerance" immigration crackdown.

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Rodriguez said the commander running the shelter at Tornillo told him that none of the children there would be housed at Fort Bliss, one of two Texas military bases that the Pentagon has said will likely house thousands of immigrants who have been apprehended at the border.

Officials have said they have taken steps including the testing of DNA to prove family relationships, and reviewing whether the parents would be suitable caregivers. Sabraw has agreed that not all 103 children could be reunited, and that certain cases are too complicated to complete within his deadlines.

Thursday's statement from federal agencies said that 12 adults had been deported and "are being contacted". According to government attorneys, nine have parents who have already been deported, while an additional nine have parents that have been released from government custody in the United States. 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 US citizen.

The government separated families without a specific plan for reuniting them.


For the others, the case outcomes remain unclear: Meekins said one adult has been charged with human smuggling, another faces domestic violence charges, one father has an outstanding drunken driving charge in Florida, and another adult is wanted for murder in Guatemala. In a press release, reasons for indelibility included: the parents failing criminal background tests, evidence of child abuse, in custody of law enforcement, a communicable disease and in five cases and DNA tests revealed the person claiming the child was not the parent. "But make NO mistake: the Trump administration missed the deadline, even for those 57 kids". "We provide [detained pregnant women] with prenatal care, we provide them separate housing, we provide them specialists, we will take them to appointments if they need to go somewhere else, we provide them counseling", said Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen in May.

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Soon after the policy was announced, images of children in cages and audio of toddlers crying as they were separated from their parents sparked widespread public outrage, including from the Republican Party and Christian conservatives.

But lawyers said in court that the government may try to detain parents and older children after they are reunited later this month, in an effort to continue Trump's "zero-tolerance" policy of criminally charging and jailing all adults who cross the border illegally, including those who request asylum or are crossing with children, which is a departure from the past. "Can they at some point get their children back?" They saw I was not joking and they saw I was being very serious, ' he said.

Sabraw also asked the American Civil Liberties Union, which is representing the separated families, to suggest a potential punishment if the Trump administration fails to meet the deadline.

On Tuesday, with the court-mandated deadline looming, the government responded.

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