Finds evidence of long-lasting mental disorders among migrants whose families were forcibly separated at the border during the Trump administration
Details the human rights impact of the third-country transit ban that the Trump administration imposed in July 2019 and a federal court struck down on June 30, 2020.
A report on ICE’s new practice, during the COVID-19 pandemic, of giving migrants in family detention the choice of either separating from their children or staying together in indefinite detention.
A complaint from the ACLU Foundation of San Diego and Imperial Counties and ACLU Border Rights Center reports on CBP’s failure to implement a detainee locator system, which complicates efforts to reunify separated families.
An investigation of 17 adults and 9 children who had been separated in CBP custody finds “pervasive symptoms and behaviors consistent with trauma.”