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Days after the murder of two unaccompanied boys who were waiting at the U.S. Mexico border in order to apply for U.S. protection, Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen M. Nielsen announced an historic action that
KIND’s, Jennifer Podkul, speaks to Carrie Kahn on the murder of two Honduran teens this past week in Tijuana, Mexico, and the extreme vulnerabilities unaccompanied children are facing there. More here: https://www.npr.org/2018/12/20/678557712/mexican-authorities-arrest-3-suspects-in-the-murder-of-2-honduran-teenagers
In the administration’s latest effort to clamp down on immigration from Central America, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen announced Thursday that, effective immediately, asylum-seekers presenting themselves at the southern border will be returned to Mexico
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
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
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
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
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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Immigration Lawyer Says More Than 100 Children Still Detained in U.S. Following Halt of Family Separation Policy
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