Originally published by The NY Times

The Trump administration has identified 2,551 children ages 5 and up who may be eligible to be reunified with their parents under an order by U.S. District Judge Dana Sabraw of San Diego. Here’s a breakdown, based on its latest court filing on Monday.

PARENTS ELIGIBLE FOR REUNIFICATION: 1,634

-879 parents successfully reunified in U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody. A government attorney said in court that the number had risen to 1,012 by Tuesday.

-538 parents cleared and awaiting transportation.

-217 parents released into the United States.

PARENTS NOT ELIGIBLE OR NOT YET CURRENTLY ELIGIBLE: 917

-463 parents who may have been deported. The government says case notes indicate they are no longer in U.S. and are “under review.”

-260 parents undergoing review.

-130 parents waived reunification. The American Civil Liberties Union claims some parents did not understand they were waiving away rights.

-64 parents with a “prohibitive criminal record or deemed ineligible” by authorities.

Read more:https://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2018/07/26/us/ap-us-immigration-separating-families-numbers.html

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