Washington, D.C. officials say they do not support the federal government's plan to house unaccompanied migrant children there. The Washington Post reports that Mayor Muriel E. Bowser said on Tuesday that D.C. will not be complicit in the "inhumane practice of detaining immigrant children in warehouses." Federal contractor Dynamic Service Solution has requested the opening of a temporary shelter…
Washington, D.C., officials report they manufacture, no longer emphasize the thinking of federal authorities to reside unaccompanied young migrants there.
The Washington Post reports that Mayor Muriel E. Bowser said on Tuesday that D.C. may by chance most definitely by chance, and is no longer complicit in "inhumane observation of detaining young migrant people in warehouses."
Federal contractor Dynamic Provider Resolution used it to create a short-term district shelter for younger people, and their worklists require people to work with “unaccompanied” younger people there.
Federal immigration Officials report that more than 69,000 unaccompanied young people were arrested on the southwest border of October for a July project. President Donald Trump's administration has been criticized for the removal of migrant families. He recently proposed an eternal shelter in Virginia for young migrants.
The US Welfare and Providers Division oversees the placement of young migrants and does not promptly acknowledge requests for comment.
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