All migrant children under 5 to be back with parents by Thursday

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That thwarted a government plan to detain children with their families while criminal proceedings were pending. But as government employees would soon realize, they had their work cut out for them. "It was a huge torment".

The government has said around 2,300 children were separated from their parents at the border as part of the government's policy, which was abandoned in June after intense protests. The department has also maintained that it is prosecuting all of the cases it receives from immigration agents. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has predicted the tough immigration stance will discourage people from illegally entering the country. A total of about 80,000 migrants wearing tracking devices on their ankles now live in the United States.

The government has reportedly struggled to offer exact information about the number of children separated from their parents. Flores stipulates that children can not be held in detention for more than 20 days.

Jennye Mariel Pagoada Lopez, 24, said one night she got so sick that a fellow detainee was forced to scream and wave at a security camera to get her help - but the officials who arrived still refused to get her to a doctor, despite her heavy bleeding.

The administration is expected to appeal her decision. But for now, it has little choice but to release families with ankle bracelets and hope they will show up for court appearances. But the government does not have the room: Immigration and Customs Enforcement has three family detention centers with space for 3,000 people, and they are already at or near capacity, though the Trump administration is trying to line up space at military bases. "Don't come to our country illegally", he said. "And that child may be separated from you, as required by law". "And it's this administration taking this zero-tolerance policy stance when illegal immigration numbers historically have declined".

A federal judge told the Trump administration on Tuesday to lay off using some of its most stringent vetting procedures before reuniting families separated at the border. Federal officials that they had reunited four families so far, with an additional 34 reunions scheduled by the day's end.

"These are firm deadlines".

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"That is going to be a significant undertaking", U.S. Judge Dana Sabraw said on Tuesday of the next deadline.

Among the other remaining question marks is whether authorities can streamline their vetting process for the migrant parents - which ACLU attorneys have described as needlessly cumbersome - and whether the government can pass along the locations migrant families will be released from custody, so that charity groups can more quickly offer them support. Attorneys for the children and the Department of Justice are working with the court to reunite the remaining children - many of their parents have been deported or released from custody in the United States - as quickly as possible. Meanwhile, some separated children have been entered into an Obama-era foster care system, where temporary guardians described them as "shell-shocked". "And the kids hugged us back". "We know they missed the deadline".

The non-profit declined to discuss how many children under 5 were released.

On Tuesday, Trump gave his solution to the family separation and reunification crisis. One child has still not had either of its parents identified. He beamed while his son asked questions and played with toys when they were reunited at a federal immigration office in MI on Tuesday. The boy was secured in a booster seat, and father and son were driven away.

On Tuesday, with the court-mandated deadline looming, the government responded.

"I feel like he's still in shell shock", said Valdes, their lawyer.

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