U.S. seeks to reunite more young immigrants as new deadline looms

U.S. seeks to reunite more young immigrants as new deadline loomsA day after dozens of parents were reunited with children who had been separated at the U.S.-Mexico border by immigration officials, the U.S. government faces a looming deadline to match another roughly 2,000 children with parents. The struggle to track and match parents with children under five suggests meeting a July 26 deadline for reuniting the remaining older children could be fraught with problems. “That is going to be a significant undertaking,” U.S. Judge Dana Sabraw said on Tuesday of the next deadline.


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