29 deported parents return to US, hope to reunite with their children

29 deported parents return to US, hope to reunite with their children

A group of 29 Central American parents who authorities separated from their kids last year when they crossed the Mexican border entered the US again on Saturday asking for refuge and to be reunited with their kids. The group were accompanied by lawyers from immigration advocacy group Al Otro Lado. The families, hope to present their cases to authorities.

KCooper
KCooper
Minnow
Minnow 1 year

Send the children back to their parents if it's so bad to be separated but send the whole family back to country of origin if their not legal citizens.

Inginigos
Inginigos 1 year

The use if children to get into a country is kinda disgusting. But the U.S. could have just sent the children back with them.

D_D_181
D_D_181 1 year

While some of the stories are sad, it’s important to remember that human trafficking is a real thing and that adults and kids are separated to (among other things) make sure that the kids are with their parents.

Mitchell
Mitchell 1 year

Hey, the parents returned for their kids by entering the country legally. They're at least good enough parents to come back for their children, so this to me is good news.

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