Hundreds of separated parents potentially deported

U.S.: 463 migrants may have been deported without their children

Administration lawyers told a federal court more than 450 parents had gone, with the government unable to say if they had been deported.

But for the 12 already deported parents the government identified in its first batch of reunifications, families with children under the age of 5, the government missed the deadline.

The status report to Southern California U.S. District Judge Dana M. Sabraw, in an update between plaintiffs and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, said the 463 cases are "under review", and in those cases the adult "is not in U.S".

What exactly constitutes a "prohibitive criminal record" for detained parents is a little murky.

About 1,000 families have executable orders of removal. Then, he continued, "families are being bused immediately to local organizations and charities".

What else can we expect from Friday's hearing?

The filing is the latest in a class-action lawsuit brought by the American Civil Liberties Union in February on behalf of families separated at the U.S. -Mexico border. About 57 children under 5 were reunited under an earlier deadline.

Sabraw addressed the government's uncertainty. But he also blamed the government for its lack of foresight and communication in implementing its hardline stance on criminally prosecuting illegal border crossings, saying "the government is at fault for losing several hundred parents in the process".

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"The balance [of these families] are scheduled for reunification, with transportation pending", government attorney Sarah Fabian told the judge, noting that a small number of reunifications may be delayed because of bad weather or court orders from different jurisdictions. At least 35 other parents have been released from immigration custody into the USA and still have not been located.

I believe it's likely today's separated families will have the same difficulties regaining custody.

The ACLU and government lawyers will return to court on Friday to discuss how to proceed.

How that will happen, however, is the subject of dispute. Those might include the name of a relative, an address or a destination mentioned to a case worker.

"We have many reasons to be proud", Scott Stewart, an attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice, told the judge in court on Tuesday. So, they're literally reuniting them at the parking lots.

The government is seeking to resume deportations, and the administration has challenged the ACLU's motion, insisting that the migrant parents it deported gave their consent.

Attorneys and immigration advocates are questioning whether the parents fully understood what they were asked and are hoping a court hearing Tuesday will provide clarity.

Many have been concentrated in Arizona, New Mexico and Texas, where families have been funnelled into federal offices that were designated as "staging facilities", overwhelming local resources to the extent that some parents have had to wait days after arriving to rejoin their children. "Still others appeared totally unaware that they had done so".

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The doctors called separating children "child abuse", but crucially, they also attacked the very concept of family detention, recounting stark neglect they found during 10 investigations into existing family detention centers, one now closed. He postponed ruling on the seven-day delay request.

"The government can only reunify families over which it has control. and it has control over the families, the parents and children, in its custody", Judge Sabraw said.

However, he said the separations and the realities of the case remain "deeply troubling".

The government reported 1,187 reunifications "or other appropriate discharges".

"This problem can not repeat", Sabraw warned.

These testimonies, described by more than a dozen lawyers, were part of the ACLU's ongoing class-action lawsuit over the USA government's separation of migrant families.

Under the terms of a 1997 court settlement called the Flores agreement, which limits the amount of time children can be held in immigration custody, parents in detention will either have the option to stay with their child in a family facility or to release their child to a shelter or the care of a sponsor.

More than 230 family units are now detained at family residential centers, a government official told reporters.

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