Fewer Migrant Children Held In Border Detention Facilities, But Challenges Remain

Fewer Migrant Children Held In Border Detention Facilities, But Challenges Remain

<img src=’https://media.npr.org/assets/img/2021/04/15/gettyimages-1311821273-edit_wide-de560157a25a17aa08c125270ccb6d61198cfcbc.jpg?s=600′ alt=’Unaccompanied minors wait to be processed by U.S. Border Patrol agents near the U.S.-Mexico border in La Joya, Texas on April 10. The Biden administration faces big challenges as it deals with the record-breaking surge of unaccompanied minors.’ />Health and Human Services has opened a dozen emergency influx shelters for unaccompanied migrant children, easing a bottleneck at the border. But the Biden administration still faces big challenges.

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Fewer Migrant Children Held In Border Detention Facilities, But Challenges Remain

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