Migrant parents separated from their kids after crossing the border may end up losing their kids for good, according to the former head of US Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

“Permanent separation. It happens,” John Sandweg, who ran the agency under President Obama, told NBC News. Adults are typically deported from the US quickly while children are low priority — and may just ultimately stay in the US as wards of the state or even wind up being adopted, he explained. “You could easily end […]

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