The Migrant Family Reunification Process is Confused and Muddled | WBEZ
Skip to main content

The Takeaway

The Migrant Family Reunification Process is Confused and Muddled

A federal judge demanded all separated children be reunited with their parents but the Trump Administration and its bureaucracy does not have a solid plan or infrastructure established to accomplish this. We explore the election results in Mexico, what to expect in the upcoming months from those who won, and the projected state of the nation both nationally and internationally following this election cycle; a better understanding of the post-Maria food aid in Puerto Rico and the health effects on the people there; and a look at the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services’ new task force on denaturalization.

You can connect with The Takeaway on TwitterFacebook, or on our show page at TheTakeaway.org.

Get the WBEZ App

Download the best live and on-demand public radio experience. Find out more.

CLOSE X