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Fighting family separations at the US border

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The FT's Ben Marino visits Tucson, Arizona, and meets a whistleblower and a lawyer who are fighting to end the separation of families caught crossing the US-Mexico border illegally.

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Fighting family separations at the US border | Financial Times
Fighting family separations at the US border The FT's Ben Marino visits Tucson, Arizona, and meets a whistleblower and a lawyer who are fighting to end the separation of families caught crossing the US-Mexico border illegally.

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Connecting families presents an enormous challenge because once they are detained at the border, children and parents enter two separate systems: for parents, the US Department of Homeland Security and criminal prosecution; meanwhile, children are given “unaccompanied alien child” status and transferred to the US Department of Health and Human Services.

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Yet in the US, family separations are not new. In the past few weeks, public outrage has erupted in response to the Trump administration’s policy of separating children from their parents at the US-Mexico border.

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The ACLU’s suit is seeking a nationwide injunction to stop the government from separating families at the border, arguing that it violates the Fifth Amendment’s right to due process. The Trump administration’s policy of separating migrant parents and children at the border has sparked nationwide outrage in recent weeks and brought condemnation Tuesday from the United Nations human rights office .