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About 200 immigrant children separated from their families in New York
Trump management to unite a court deadline, the youngest children with their families. Bryan Llenas reports from New York City.
NEW YORK CITY – A flood of separated, the children were reunited with their parents over the last 24 hours after a U.S. district judge ordered to unite the government, 59 separated children with their parents through the end-of-the-day-Tuesday – but others are still waiting.
The Federal government missed out on Tuesday by a court-imposed deadline for the reunification of all of the 102 children under the age of 5 years, separated from their parents. As of Tuesday morning, only four children were reunited with their parents. In court, U.S. district judge Dana Sabraw, who imposed the 10. July period, the government said that they needed to unite again 59 of the other of the end of the day.
In Grand Rapids, Mich., two Honduran fathers, with their two boys and a girl in an immigration detention center. The fathers were released with ankle monitors until their immigration court proceedings.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement, said, it will take longer to arrest the parents of the Trump government’s zero-tolerance policy, because it is simply not enough space for them in its detention facilities. In El Paso, Texas, three fathers with their children under 5 at the Annunciation house.
But, as some parents see their children for the first time in almost weeks, others are still waiting.
On Wednesday afternoon, Stormy Daniels’ attorney Michael Avenatti said in the Cayuga Family Center in New York City. More than 200 separated children are cared for during the day, in the middle, while in the night you go home to foster parents. Avenatti, represented a Honduran man who has kept himself in custody in Texas, but their two daughters are, at the Cayuga Center in Harlem.
“This is cruel and unusual President, let us be clear, would not be in power, and they wouldn’t be kidnapping children, he had convinced many people that look like me – a lot of white men across the country– that much success in the future, the dignity of women, Muslims, immigrants and people that I don’t look like hung on Stripping,” said Avenatti.
The Department of Justice, said the 102 separated children, 27 of them can not be together because their parents are either a criminal record, you have proven to be, not the parents, or were considered unsuitable.
To further complicate matters, 12 parents were deported back to their countries, without their children.
“So, sometimes it takes a little time to the parents, especially if you already sent, we have to communicate with them,” said Pamela Florian, a lawyer for the Florence project. “Some of them live in rural areas. It is difficult to find sometimes, so we need to track them down. We need to talk to several members of the family and that can take some time.”
In Cayuga, Yeni Gonzalez-Garcia three children inside, two boys and a girl. She was separated from them for more than 53 days. Their children were taken from her while in custody in Arizona. A crowd-sourced fundraising campaign, they received from custody on $7,500 bail and now she is waiting in New York for their children, will be released to you.
She has requested custody of her children, but her lawyer feared the process could drag on.
“It has me sitting five weeks with my clients, between the ages of 11, 9 and 6. Sitting five weeks with them. To go through all that red tape,” Jose Xavier Orochena, a lawyer who represents at least 17 parents who are trying to reunite with their children. “I’m her lawyer… I had clients that were accused of murders, violent crimes, and I see you immediately.”
While on Tuesday the court hearing, Sabraw said, the government is to take a long time to vet every single one separately from the parents. He ordered the government to optimize the process, to say that it is unnecessary to do the DNA Tests, and extensive testing on all parents. This type of excessive control, he said, should only be carried out if there is a reasonable doubt, that the adult is not a parent or if you have a criminal record.
According to the Department of Justice, so far, eight of the parents ‘ associations were denied because of their criminal record.
The deadline for the reunification of nearly 3,000 separated children at the age of 5 or older is July 26. It is not a lot of trust in the family-activists that the government will take that period of time, to unite because of the fighting, the first 102.
On Wednesday, lawyers for two of the children of immigrants – a 14-year-old girl from El Salvador and a 9-year-old boy from Honduras – a court, in order to reunited with their families. A rally is planned outside the court building.
“We are always in the Regime that we revile,” Ravi Ragbir, an influential immigration-activist, rich said that about the United States before the Cayuga Family Center.
“You have reunited a few, but they have not United all.”
Bryan Llenas currently serves as New York correspondent for Fox News Channel (FNC). Click here for more information on Bryan Llenas. Follow him on Twitter @BryanLlenas.