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Ensuring Humane and Orderly Processing of Unaccompanied Children at the U.S.-Mexico Border

January 6, 2023

As the Biden Administration prepares to end the use of Title 42 expulsions, it must refrain from any actions that restrict access to humanitarian protection in the United States. In preparation for the end of the policy, the Administration can and should adopt the below recommendations on an immediate and…

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Blocked from Protection: Unaccompanied Migrant Children on Mexico's Southern Border

September 21, 2022

As the number of asylum seekers in Mexico has increased significantly in recent years, Mexico has militarized its southern border region in response. As a…

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Family Separation Four Years In: Much More to Be Done

July 21, 2022

It’s been four years since that horrific summer when the previous Administration wrenched thousands of children from their parents’ arms and forcibly separated them under…

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Family Reunification Task Force at One Year

February 2, 2022

One year ago today, the Biden Administration created the Family Reunification Task Force to find and reunify parents still separated from their children under the…

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First Year of the Family Reunification Task Force: Progress and Promise

February 1, 2022

It has been one year since the Biden Administration created the Family Reunification Task Force to find parents still separated from their children under the…

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Timeline on Family Separation and Reunification Efforts

February 1, 2022

KIND outlines the last four years since family separation began and efforts to reunite families with their children.

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Press Telebriefing: The First Year of Biden Administration’s Family Reunification Task Force

January 26, 2022

On Thursday, January 27, at 1:30 p.m. EDT, Kids in Need of Defense experts will hold a media telebriefing to discuss the first year of…

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Families forcibly separated at the U.S. border can reunify in the United States

January 18, 2022

Parents and children who were forcibly separated by the U.S. government at the U.S.-Mexico border between January 20, 2017 - January 20, 2021, can apply…

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KIND Statement on DOJ Decision to Abandon Settlement Negotiations with Separated Families

December 16, 2021

In response to today’s announcement that Justice Department has withdrawn from ongoing global settlement negotiations to address harms done to families separated under the “zero…

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KIND Partners with UNHCR to Reunite Separated Families, Register Them for U.S. Reunification

November 15, 2021

Hundreds of deported parents who remain separated from their children because of the last administration’s “zero tolerance” policy at the U.S.-Mexico border will now have…

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