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Two Migrant Teens Were Killed In Mexico. Advocates Worry It Could Happen Again.

by Angelina Chapin   on December 20, 2018   publication:

U.S. and Mexican immigration officials are turning unaccompanied children away from the border, child advocates and lawyers told HuffPost, forcing kids into dangerous and potentially life-threatening situations. Two Honduran teens living in a Tijuana migrant

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Denuncian desprotección de niños migrantes en Tijuana

by EFE   on December 19, 2018   publication:

Los niños migrantes no acompañados que se encuentran en campamentos de Tijuana, México, carecen de protección y algunos intentan cruzar la frontera con EEUU de manera ilegal, dijeron hoy activistas de una organización estadounidense en

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KIND Statement: Two migrant boys from Honduras murdered in Tijuana

by KIND Press Release   on December 19, 2018

KIND is deeply disturbed by the murder of two migrant boys from Honduras in Tijuana. NBC News has reported that they were on their way to the Benito Juarez sports complex, where thousands of immigrants

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Press Telebriefing: Children’s lack of access to protection at the border

by Press Telebriefing   on December 18, 2018

According to immigration advocates who recently visited border camps in Tijuana housing refugees and migrants, unaccompanied children are at grave risk of serious harm and are being prevented from applying for asylum by the Trump

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15,000 Migrant Kids Are Now Being Held At U.S. Shelters, Which Are Almost Full

by Christina Marfice   on December 18, 2018   publication:

The federally contracted shelters for migrant children in the U.S. are nearly at capacity, with almost 15,000 kids in government custody. That’s 100 shelters full of migrant children who are being detained by the government.

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Niños Migrantes de Centroamérica Intentan Llegar Solos a EU

  on December 18, 2018

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Immigration Lawyer Says More Than 100 Children Still Detained in U.S. Following Halt of Family Separation Policy

by CBC   on December 14, 2018   publication:

KIND’s, Anilu Chadwick, speaks with CBC on its latest episode, “See Ya, 2018” what it has been like working with unaccompanied minors and the children who have been separated from their parents due to the

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Almost 15,000 Migrant Children Now Held At Nearly Full Shelters

by John Burnett   on December 13, 2018   publication:

The number of immigrant children being held in government custody has reached almost 15,000, putting a network of federally contracted shelters across the country near capacity. The national network of more than 100 shelters are

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This Immigrant Has a Good Asylum Claim, But The Feds Took His Freedom for 72 Days and He Wasn’t Charged With a Crime

by Dianne Solis   on December 9, 2018   publication:

Edwin Romero is like a lot of fathers. He’s willing to do anything for his three girls, especially his 6-year-old princesita. The 56-year-old factory worker fought hard against what he believes is a corrupt government

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Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act has been critical

by Wendy Young   on November 27, 2018   publication:

The Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2008 provides critical protection for children from Central America fleeing brutal violence by gangs and narco traffickers, widespread sexual and gender-based violence, human trafficking and devastating abuse from

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