Some parents have been declared ineligible because of “red flags” in their records. But many haven’t been reunified because immigration officials already deported them.
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Officials say that dozens more “tender age” separated children aren’t immediately eligible to be reunified with their parents.
It will be especially difficult to reunite toddlers with parents who may have been released into the interior U.S. or deported back to their home countries.
Most of the donations have gone toward serving children who have been separated from their parents after crossing the southern U.S. border.
Advocates say a growing number of American children are dropping out of Medicaid and other government programs because their parents are not citizens.
Texas Democrats held their convention this weekend in Fort Worth, putting on a largely united front and focusing on the family separation crisis at the border.
I am a naturalized U.S. citizen, who after 24 years, earned his right to be a citizen of this country. As a Guatemalan, I see myself in many of these children.
The family separations crisis quickly emerged as the top issue at the state Democratic biennial convention in Fort Worth.
The top federal prosecutor in one of Texas’ busiest border districts has dropped charges against immigrants who arrived with their families.