Congress Struggles to Reach Agreement on Plan for Unaccompanied Migrant Children

Immigration Blog on Immigration Policy and Enforcement.

The Washington Post reports today that a total of 30,340 unaccompanied children from Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala, who have been apprehended at the southern border since October of last year, have now been released into the United States to live with relatives or other caregivers while they await their immigration court hearings.  All the while, temporary housing facilities at the border continue to overflow as child migrants fleeing desperate poverty and brutal violence in their home countries continue to seek refuge in the United States.

On July 25, 2014 Charlotte Immigration Law Firm’s attorney Benjamin Snyder addressed this matter during an interview with Jenna Deery of WSOCTV


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