The Government Says A Family Has Been Reunified. So Why Aren’t The Parent And Child Together?

In some cases, “reunification” means a formerly detained child is living with someone other than a parent.

By Mallory FalkOctober 8, 2018 9:30 am,

From KRWG:

By now we’ve heard about the roughly 2,600 migrant children who were separated from their parents at the border and are slowly being reunited. But there are other children who weren’t included in that count, because they’d already been released from government custody by the time a judge ordered reunification. Some of those children are still separated from their parents.

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