SAN DIEGO – The U.s. government has the deadline to 102 migrant children with their parents to reunite, but partly achieved. By “logistical” problems, according to the ministry of Justice, approximately half of the children at the time their parents can meet them again.
Protesters on the border with Mexico to climb over a high fence.
The district court in San Diego had given the government until Tuesday given to the children, all under five years of age, with their parents to reunite. A request for postponement Monday was rejected. The ministry of Justice had said more time is needed to have the right family relations to determine.
Thursday, the department must again appear before the judge to explain exactly where the delays are and when it thinks the rest of the children to their parents, to give back.
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