SAN DIEGO — The Latest on the Trump administration’s request for more time to reunifying parents and children separated at the border (all times local): 1 p.m. A judge says it would make sense for the Trump administration to provide the status of 101 children under 5 who were separated from their parents at the border before the he decides whether to extend a deadline on family reunification. U.S. District Judge Dana Sabraw said during an ongoing hearing Friday in San Diego that he was considering giving the administration until Monday morning to develop a complete list of the reunifications. Justice Department attorney Sarah Fabian said 46 of the youngest children are in U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody, 19 have been released and 19 have left the country. She says it has been more difficult to reunite children when parents are not in government custody. The judge previously set a deadline of July 10 to reunite parents with children under 5 and July 26 to reunite everyone else. The ongoing hearing is being held to update compliance with his order. —- 10 a.m. The Trump administration is asking a court for more time to reunite families that were separated… Read full this story
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