Torn Apart 1: Sign Here : Latino USA Under the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy, thousands of immigrant children have been torn apart from their parents. And when a federal judge ordered the government to reunite all of these families within 60 days, immigration authorities began to scramble. In part one of a two-part episode, Latino USA breaks down the family separation crisis and explores what happens to the hundreds of kids whose parents have been deported and who are still not reunited with their families.
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Under the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy, thousands of immigrant children have been torn apart from their parents. And when a federal judge ordered the government to reunite all of these families within 60 days, immigration authorities began to scramble. In part one of a two-part episode, Latino USA breaks down the family separation crisis and explores what happens to the hundreds of kids whose parents have been deported and who are still not reunited with their families.