Immigrations and Customs Enforcement
For New Family Plan at Border, Trump Could Look to Pilot Project He Scuttled Last Year
Now that the horrific family separation policy at the border appears to be at an end, the Trump administration will need to figure out a plan for how to handle the asylum-seeking families it detains going forward.
Separating Families at the Border Will Multiply Child Trauma
Parents do not uproot their children to make a long and dangerous journey to an uncertain future in the U.S. unless the circumstances in their home country are so threatening that the risks of migration pale in comparison to more certain risks at home.
Left Behind: Trump’s Immigration Plans Could Spur Uptick in Foster Care Numbers
President-elect Donald Trump made clear in a recent interview that he plans to deport between two and three million undocumented immigrants, a drastic increase from current practice under which about 235,000 were sent away in 2015.
Children Frequently Caught between Family Court and Deportation, Report Says
Two Washington-based organizations have issued an analysis of the complex intersection of family and juvenile court proceedings with federal immigration enforcement, replete with a long list of recommendations for limiting the impact of the latter on the former.