US government handed over 1,800 children under the age of 5 to their families
The US government over 1,800 illegal immigrant children separated from their families in special camps handed to their families. The federal court in San Diego urged the US government to hand over children who were separated from their families in camps by issuing a 30-day chance. Reports are indicating that the government has delivered 378 children to their families. These children are under the age of five who live in special camps in US.
Families who illegally migrated to the United States, they were living in a separated camp, about 2,300 children also separated from their families and live in special camps, civil society organizations, human rights and children’s rights criticized US. Meanwhile, 700 other children are not being handed over to their families because their families were expelled from the country due to chronic illness.