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A court looms to punish the US government and demands that it reunite migrant children with their fa

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A court looms to punish the US government and demands that it reunite migrant children with their fa

Post by rocky on Wed 11 Jul 2018, 1:48 am



A court looms to punish the US government and demands that it reunite migrant children with their families

A US federal court judge ordered the government to reunite 63 children under the age of five with their parents after being separated by immigration officials.
The resolution demanded the government to reunite these children as soon as possible or face sanctions, noting that the immigration authorities separated the children from their parents after crossing the border from Mexico, according to "Reuters."
According to the court's lawyer, Judge Dana Sabrao, in San Diego, renewed his commitment last month to reunite children under the age of five and return 2,000 others to their families by the 26th of this month.
The immigration authorities separated these children from their parents based on US President Donald Trump's immigration policy, which calls for the prosecution and detention of adult migrants crossing the border without permission.
The federal judge did not explain possible penalties if the authorities did not enforce the order, the lawyer said. "The court has a series of options, including substantial fines," the lawyer said.
Trump promised during his election campaign in 2016 to tighten immigration rules. In September, he announced that he would end the protection program for children his parents brought to the United States illegally, known as Dhaka, set up by his predecessor, Barack Obama, unless Congress passed a new law .
The program currently protects some 700,000 people, mostly Hispanic, from deportation and gives them work permits.


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