Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Roughly 20 Illegal Immigrant Children Do Not Appear In Deportation Hearings Per Day

Government officials are having a difficult time protecting illegal immigrant juveniles as roughly 20 children fail to show up at their deportation hearings per day, according to the Trump administration Thursday.
More than 200,000 Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC) have been released into the public in recent times, but many end up waiting for a judge’s decision or skip deportation orders, The Washington Times reported Thursday. Only 3 percent of the UAC released have been deported.
While many senators believe the children who failed to show up at the court hearings were lost, government officials said the children were not lost if under federal custody care. While some end up in dorms funded by taxpayers, the goal is to release the children to sponsors in a timely fashion.
“There are no lost children,” said Commander Jonathan White of the Public Health Service (PHS), according to the Times. “There are some families that don’t take our call. There’s a big difference.”
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