Children Detained at the US Border are Not Easy to Deport Under US Law

Many Americans believe that the crisis of children at the US Border should be handled by quickly deporting at least a substantial portion of the children. However, a high percentage of the children detained will apply for Asylum, and an Application for Asylum usually makes it very difficult to quickly deport anyone under US Immigration Law.

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