Deported Parents Face Hurdles To Reunite With U.S. Citizen Children

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SAN DIEGO — On a hot Monday afternoon in Tijuana, Daniel Bribiescas is taking a new client, 24-year-old Tania Velasquez, to the local office of Mexico’s child welfare agency.

Bribiescas is a lawyer who works for the Madre Asunta shelter for migrant women and children. His job is to help deportees piece […]

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Parents Increasingly Turning To Federal Courts For Civil Rights Protections

 

Imagine you are in a divorce.  You’ve been a dedicated parent and you aren’t a convicted felon or being accused of a crime.  Now imagine walking into a local court for a procedural hearing and in a single decree your children are banned from seeing you, speaking to you or communicating in any […]

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