FACT CHECK: Did the Trump administration really 'lose' 1475 migrant children?

Fact or Fiction: Are Democrats to Blame for the Law Requiring Families to Be Separated at the Border?

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The crossings in April of this year were more than triple April 2017, but that comparison is distorted, as crossings last April were at lower levels unseen in modern history before they started to pick up and stabilize more in line with recent years. "If you don't have the courage to own up to it, then reverse it".

"The records show that the leadership at Customs and Border Protection were well aware of the allegations of unlawful child abuse - including people still now directing the agency - yet there is no indication that any individual official was ever held accountable for abuse", ACLU staff attorney Mitra Ebadolahi wrote in a post accompanying the report.

But with midterm elections approaching and the president preparing to campaign on his border crackdown, Nielsen and other Homeland Security officials do not appear to be satisfying his strict enforcement targets. According to the Houston Chronicle, that's what happened to Esteban Pastor, a Guatemalan who was deported in October without knowing the whereabouts of his 18-month-old son. Others would say that they only opposed illegal immigration but not legal immigration, and would pay lip service to the idea that we're a nation of immigrants. During one 24-hour span in May, 434 migrants were processed at the Border Patrol station in McAllen, agents said.

HHS does not have a formal responsibility to track children once they are released to sponsors.

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María Andrés de la Cruz was apprehended by Border Patrol agents in late May, shortly after she crossed the Rio Grande. The rest were unaccounted for, giving rise to the 1,475 number.

As the scope of the family-separation measures becomes clearer, President Donald Trump's immigration advisers pushed back Tuesday at false or misleading stories about their policies that circulated widely on social media over the weekend.

The White House has wrongly blamed Democrats for forcing the Trump administration to separate children from parents.

HHS decided 792 of those cases merited more attention and referred them to the National Call Center. "The government did realize a year ago that it lost track of 1,475 migrant children it had placed with sponsors in the United States, according to testimony before a Senate subcommittee last month".

The document also requests that the commission require the U.S.to stop housing children in facilities that are not specifically designed for them; process children for release as quickly as possible; disclose how many children have been separated from their parents at the Southern border under the new policy; and "immediately cease the systemic practice of prosecuting parents and separating children from their parents at the US border".

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The shelters the children are staying in are at 95% capacity and are expected to add thousands of bed spaces in the coming weeks, one HHS official told the Post.

"The Obama administration did not do that, no". Trump won the presidency promising to build a wall along the southern border and end illegal immigration, and the White House believes stressing the same issues will drive voters to the polls and help the GOP hang on to their majorities in the Senate and House.

This means, in effect, that parents who are apprehended crossing the border would be immediately separated from their children. "We are refugees trying to escape everything that is going on in our countries", she said. "And that is what all of us - Democrats and Republicans - should want changed as soon as humanly possible".

Other liberal activists also linked to the Arizona Republic story using the hashtag "WhereAreOurChildren, " which grew out of testimony in April by a federal official that the USA government had lost track of almost 1,500 unaccompanied minor children it placed with adult sponsors in the United States.

Border arrests typically rise during spring months, when seasonal labor demands increase.

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Miller said that because the Flores case prohibits the detention - essentially jail-like conditions - of children longer than three weeks, families are nearly always released while they await court proceedings that will take much longer and that is a "loophole".

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