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The New Yorker
June 21, 2018

Trumpís Executive Order Creates a New Border Crisis
By Sarah Stillman

For months, most Americans then forgot about these families as they went before judges to plead for their right to stay. (Without an attorney, a childís odds of deportation, in 2014, was about eight-five per cent, according to the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse, at Syracuse University; the odds were also bleak for asylum-seeking mothers detained with their kids.) For the children of the current crisis, there are many high-stakes moments ahead, which will demand public scrutiny: there is the likelihood of removal proceedings, for instance, which may result in certain childrenís deportations, or the challenge of sending kids back to parents whoíve already been deported, to countries where the conditions that spurred their original flight havenít quelled.

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