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The Flow of Unaccompanied Children through the Immigration SystemURL

By USCRI April 4, 2022

The Flow of Unaccompanied Children through the Immigration SystemURL

This resource provides a comprehensive overview of unaccompanied children’s involvement in the U.S. immigration system, from apprehension to ORR custody, to a child’s reunification with a sponsor and immigration proceedings. (Note that many of the statistics are outdated as the report was written in 2012.)


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