Trump Administration Says It Will Take Years To Reunite Separated Families

Robert Valencia
Apr 13, 2019 - 5:00
Trump Administration Says It Will Take Years To Reunite Separated Families

In a recent court filing, US officials said that it may take two years to identify and reunite thousands of immigrant families separated at the US-Mexico border. The two year figure is the result of complexities associated with sifting through records, conducting manual reviews, and data analysis. Families were separated immediately when then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions launched the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy exactly a year ago. President Donald Trump struck down the...

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