Further, the children separated from their parents are expected to be allowed to live permanently in the U.S. Between April of 2017 and June of 2018, more than 5,500 families were split up by Border Patrol officials.
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Migrants Separated During Trump-era Expected to Live in U.S. Permanently: Lawyer
Lawyers representing migrant families separated during former President Donald Trump’s administration said they expect more than 1,000 reunifications are coming in the near future. So reports NBC News.
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