With family reunifications and a new refugee cap, Biden starts to unwind Trump’s immigration legacy

As my colleague Kevin Sieff reported this week, in reality, it was easier to track the children than their parents. In some instances, advocates had to post radio advertisements in Mexico and Central America. The reunions Tuesday would mark, Sieff wrote, “the start of a massive relocation of parents deported by one U.S. president and returned by another. In total, more than 1,000 families are expected to be reunited.”

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