Court filing revealed that lawyers working to reach the migrant families separated by the Trump administration have found the parents of 54 more children in the past month. Now the parents of 391 children have yet to be reached, down from 445 in April. Lawyers commissioned to find them by a federal judge say the parents of 227 of those children have been deported, 100 are somewhere in the U.S. and 14 have no contact information that the government has provided. The task force set up by Biden has been working closely with the lawyers to continue to reunification effort.

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Lawyers find the parents of 54 more migrant children from families separated under Trump