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New Trump Order For Separated Parents: Leave US With Or Without Kids

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Democratic congresswoman ‘I was proud to be arrested’ with immigration protesters

Meanwhile, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar on Thursday blamed Congress, the courts and migrant parents themselves for the administration's child separation policy - and repeatedly refused to say how many had been reunited with their families.

Tens of thousands of people, including Indian Americans, took to streets in several US cities to protest against controversial immigration policies of President Donald Trump which has resulted in separation of children of illegal immigrants. Darryl Morin from LULAC (League of United Latin American Citizens), as well as a collection of civic leaders came together and spoke to the crowd, supporting their immigrant brothers and sisters and emphasizing the great importance to get out the vote in the November elections. Our Correspondent Jon Brain reports from Tijuana in Mexico.

Since the time President Reagan rededicated Lady Liberty and reaffirmed our role as offering a "golden door" to those fleeing oppression, an estimated 11,000 Dreamers have arrived in OR, and the state has welcomed more than 47,000 legal refugees.

A growing number of Americans support President Donald Trump's stances on immigration. "If you want to protect your borders, unfortunately, that's the way", said another person at the rally.

"By forcibly ripping families apart at the border, the Trump administration showed the world how morally bankrupt it truly is", said Steven Choi from the New York Immigration Coalition.

Detained parents are saying that they have no idea where their children are, writing in letters published by the Los Angeles Times they have have not heard from their kids, some for weeks now. His sons, ages 6 and 9, consequently suffer from anxiety and depression and one hides under his bed at night in fear of federal agents taking his father, too. Right now, the law states that children can only be held for 20 days, making the process of reuniting them with their parents murky.

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Their treatment, to many who marched on Saturday, has been unconscionable.

Thousands of protesters, across the country, carried placards with the slogan, "I care", a response to the words on the jacket [I really don't care, do U?] worn by First Lady Melania Trump while meeting migrant children last month.

Celebrities like Alicia Keys and America Ferrera, who both happen to be mothers, spoke at a protest in Washington DC, calling for migrant families split at the border to be reunited. In fact, expedited removals - which is to say, removal orders issued to individuals who have been ordered to leave the USA previously - account for the vast majority of deportations.

"Families should not be separated. Dems want Open Borders and are weak on Crime!"

Complaining that existing laws are 'insane, ' Trump said it should be as easy to deport illegal immigrants as it would be to remove someone trespassing on your lawn.

Most simply can't abide the separation of families - whether at the border or within our own communities.

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