On a journey through the Darién Gap, a girl is separated from her mother for three days.
Newly obtained data show that more than 650,000 children and teenagers were held in CBP custody between February 2017 and June 2021, including at least 220,000 who spent more than 72 hours in custody.
Updating and clarifying the 1997 Flores judicial settlement agreement specifying conditions of children held in CBP custody.
A congressionally required report with data about family separations that continue to occur when migrants are in DHS custody. (Link at dhs.gov)