Hundreds Of Immigrant Children Don’t Know Where Their Parents Are


Hundreds of immigrant children are still looking for their parents after being separated at the border between 2017 and 2018. That’s according to a Tuesday court filing from the Justice Department and American Civil Liberties Union. It says a committee has been unable to reach the parents of 545 children.

The filing also notes about two-thirds of those parents could have been deported without their kids. The separations were part of the “zero tolerance” policy created by the Trump administration.

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