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Hurd, on the border, migrant crisis
Border plants were not designed for the amount of detainees they house and Congress to fix the crisis, according to Rep. Hurd, R-Texas.
The system caused controversy Tuesday over claims of neglect and abuse, sitting in his district, and further proves something needs to be done, Hurd Dana Perino on “The Daily Briefing.”said
“These are not buildings for the detention,” he said.
“These buildings are on the shore and see double the performance, because the border patrol, I. C. E., customs – are you overwhelmed by the number of people who come here.
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“We must, therefore, at the optimization of our asylum process.”
The Congress needs to set aside resources to increase the number of judges tasked with the assessment of applications for asylum, the House Appropriations Committee member added.
“We need to make sure that we have more judges, to people and to make sure that, if you are not actually here, then they need to be deported,” said Hurd.
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As of Tuesday, only 30 children remained allegedly in the prison in Clint within the Hurd district. The Website, which so far, more than 300.
The US government, according to reports, hundreds of children with an immigrant background had gone to a Border Patrol facility in Texas according to stories, the last week has surfaced, you will experience neglect and abuse.
Last week, lawyers who interviewed these children, told the Associated Press stories listened to you live, with insufficient food, water and Hygiene.
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Government laws call for the children of migrants held by the Border Patrol for not more than 72 hours before they are transferred to the custody of health and Human Services, which houses the minors in facilities throughout the country. While housed, authorities then determine whether they can be released to relatives or other related persons.
“[Unaccompanied children] are you wait too long, in CBP facilities not designed to care for children”, the Office of Refugee Resettlement, told the Associated Press.
“These children should now all be in HHS care, starting on Tuesday.”