USA Today reports on the tremendous challenges immigrant advocates face trying to locate hundreds of parents who were separated from their children at the border. Of the missing parents, 333 were deported. Their children remain in the United States and are living with relatives or other sponsors scattered all over the country. The remaining 295 parents that haven’t been located are believed still to be in the United States. The NGO-led steering committee charged with locating the parents continues to search for separated families not yet contacted.

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Six Hundred and Twenty-Eight Parents of Separated Children Are Still Missing. Here’s Why Immigrant Advocates Can’t Find Them.