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>> As the Trump Administration scrambles to meet a Thursday deadline to reunite immigrant families, the government has hit another snag. More than 450 immigrant parents who entered the US illegally may have already been deported without their children. That's according to a court filing, which suggests it's near impossible for total reunification by this week's deadline.
The US government will update a federal judge on Tuesday about its progress for reuniting some 2,500 immigrant children and their parents. At least 879 parents have gotten their kids back after being separated from them at the US southern border, part of the Trump administration's zero tolerance immigration policy.
A San Diego judge may consider on Tuesday a request by the ACLU that parents facing imminent deportation should not be forced to leave for at least a week after being reunited with their families. The rights group saying that time is necessary for parents to consider legal options for their children who might be better off staying in the US to pursue asylum.