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Thousands of unaccompanied children have been arrested atthe South Texas border and taken to a Border Patrol warehouse in Nogales,Arizona. Most of these minors are coming from countries in Central America suchas El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras. The sudden influx of illegalimmigrants has overwhelmed border agents who have to leave their posts in orderto deal with this problem. Estimates show 142,000 unaccompanied juveniles couldbe apprehended by 2015.

 

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Thousands of unaccompanied children have been detained at the South Texas border and are being held in warehouses in Arizona. Under President Obama’s deferred action policies, they won’t be sent back home. What should be done with the children?
 All children should be immediately deported back to their respective country.
 All children should be released.
 If the children have family members in the U.S., they should be released to this family. If they don’t have family in the U.S., they should be deported back to their respective country.
 I don’t have an opinion on this issue.

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