• Family separation is just one part of the problem - there's no system in place to reunite parents with their children once they're split up

    2 monthes ago - By Chron

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    The Trump administration has no system in place to ever reunite the migrant families it has been separating under the "zero-tolerance" policy.
    When migrant parents and their children are split up at the border, they enter two completely separate legal processes run by different government agencies that never interact.
    Immigration lawyers and advocates have reported chaos in trying to track down the family members of their clients.
    The Trump administration itself admitted Tuesday it didn't know how many children have been reunited with their parents.
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  • Read the memo Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella sent to employees about the company's work for ICE and Trump's 'zero-tolerance' policy

    Read the memo Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella sent to employees about the company's work for ICE and Trump's 'zero-tolerance' policy

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Microsoft has faced sharp criticism for its work with Immigration Customs and Enforcement agency involved with carrying out President Trump's "zero-tolerance" policy, in which families and children are separated after crossing the US-Mexico border illegally.
    On Tuesday, it was reported that over 100 Microsoft employees signed an open letter to CEO Satya Nadella calling on the company to end its relationship with ICE.
    In a memo to employees, Nadella called for the policy to end, while also downplaying the nature of the company's work with ICE. He says it's mostly just email, calendars, and...
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