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    Washington arrests 170 migrants who have applied for the return of their detained children

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     Washington arrests 170 migrants who have applied for the return of their detained children Empty Washington arrests 170 migrants who have applied for the return of their detained children

    Post by Rocky Tue Dec 11, 2018 4:23 am

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    The US immigration authorities arrested 170 people between early July and late November after they applied for the return of children held by US authorities.

    The spokesman for the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency, Matthew Burke, said 61 of the 61 were classified by the authorities as criminals, while the remaining 100 and nine committed immigration offenses.

    He added that about 80 percent of the prospective guardians who were questioned by his agency within five months were in the United States illegally.


    US laws limit the length of detention of minor migrants, so they are often handed over to their parents or relatives of the first degree.

    In April, the US Department of Homeland Security and Homeland Security agreed that they would exchange information on children and their potential co-workers, in a move the government says it wants to ensure that guardians are properly scrutinized.

    But migrant advocates are critical of the measure, saying government agencies "exploited a process to protect and turn children into a tool to find and deport their families," which discourages relatives from recovering some 14,000 children in detention.


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