MIAMI, FL: While Donald Trump has moved away from talking about the family separation crisis he created and is back to equating immigrants from Central America seeking asylum in this country, to MS-13 gang members, his administration failed to again reach a court order deadline of July 26, 2018 to reunite the children it snatched away coldly from their parents under his draconian and racist zero-tolerance policy. Here are ten fast facts to note on this rapidly changing and hot button issue:
LONDON, England: Around the world, migration is redefining domestic and social policy, polarizing politics, affecting foreign relations and challenging notions of free movement.
On Saturday, a family that was separated many times over was reunited. Upon crossing the border, all four family members were separated and sent to different facilities. Even after our client's mother and younger sister were reunified, our client remained detained at a South Florida shelter. He was not released to his mother because a court order required he be released to his father, the parent from whom he was separated at the time of their encounter with immigration officials.