Deported parents who were sent back to Central America while their children remained in the U.S. trek to the border and demand to be reunited

Sunday, March 3, 2019
By Paul Martin

Central American migrant parents deported by the US are demanding asylum
They are asking American authorities to allow them to rejoin their children
Some of the parents have not seen their children for a year

By ARIEL ZILBER
DAILYMAIL.COM
3 March 2019

Central American migrant parents deported by the United States are demanding asylum and to be reunited with the children from whom they were separated.

The parents who were forcibly sent back to Central America after illegally crossing into the U.S. last year with their children are asking American authorities to allow them to rejoin their kids.

The 29 parents sought asylum this past month, getting help from immigration lawyers, religious leaders, and aid groups, according to NBC News.

One Guatemalan man who says he was separated from his child waited seven hours on Saturday for information from U.S. immigration officials.

‘Time doesn’t matter,’ the man said. ‘Our love for our child has no price.’

In total, the 29 parents are waiting to be reunited with 27 children who are in U.S. custody.

The youngest child is five years of age. A number of parents have been separated from their children for nearly a year.

Aid groups said the longest separation is 14 months.

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