The White House faces a deadline Thursday to reunite children older than five-years-old with their families after they were separated at the border.
Officials say 364 of more than 2,500 migrant children have been reunited. Out of the 1,600 parents who are eligible to be re-united with their children, more than 700 of them could be removed from the country. They would have to choose between taking their children back to their country or leaving them behind in the U.S. in the care of the government, foster families, or relatives.
Joining us now to break this down is Cesar Espinosa of FIEL.