Parents who failed screening interviews for their asylum cases are seeking a second chance to be interviewed. They allege that the interviews were improperly conducted, in part because the parents were traumatized from being separated from their children. See New lawsuit claims Trump illegally denied asylum claims of separated parents (Vox News, 8/20/18).
Parents Separated from Their Children Seek a Second Chance at Making Their Asylum Claims (Washington Update, August 22, 2018)
by familyvoices | Aug 22, 2018 | NCFPP, Washington Update