Lawyers appointed by a federal judge to identify migrant families who were separated by the Trump administration say that ...
Trump’s ‘zero-tolerance’ policy separated thousands of kids from immigrating families. The attorneys appointed by a federal ...
Hundreds of migrant children are scattered across the country, living in foster care or with relatives, during a pandemic that has all but halted the legal effort to locate their parents.
The parents of those migrant children have not been located, according to a filing from the ACLU this week. Parents of 545 ...
Three years after being separated at the Southern border during a "zero tolerance" pilot program, more than 500 migrant children are still separated from their parents. We check in with KQED's ...
On Tuesday, the American Civil Liberties Union reported on a court filing that there are currently 545 migrant children ...
Lawyers have not been able to reach the parents of 545 children who had been separated from their families by U.S. border ...
The American Civil Liberties Union lawyers tasked with finding migrant families separated by the Trump administration at the U.S. border said Tuesday that they haven't been able to reach the parents ...
About two-thirds of the children's parents are thought to be in their countries of origin today, the American Civil Liberties ...
Two and half years after the Trump administration launched an official policy to separate migrant children from their parents ...
SAN DIEGO -- Court-appointed lawyers said Tuesday that they have been unable to find parents of 545 children who were separated at the U.S. border with Mexico early in the Trump administration. The ...
Volunteers have "engaged in time-consuming and arduous on-the-ground searches for parents in their respective countries of origin," the ACLU says.