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Trump Administration To Allow 2,700 Central American Children Into The U.S.

A federal court settlement benefits those who had been conditionally approved to join their parents already residing legally in the U.S. under an Obama administration program.

The Trump administration has agreed to settle a lawsuit with a dozen Central American families who challenged the government's cancellation of a program that was designed to reunite children in that region with their parents living in the U.S.

As a result, some 2,700 children living in Central America may be

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