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Families Divided

The feds say 120 migrant parents waived reunification rights. But some say they were coerced or confused.

The government says that more than 100 migrant parents chose not to be reunited with their children by Thursday's deadline. Lawyers who interviewed these migrants say they're on that list by mistake or worse.

Immigrant families enter the Catholic Charity in McAllen on June 29, 2018.

Families Divided

The Trump administration's “zero tolerance” immigration policy, which led to the separation of children from adults who crossed the border illegally, has fueled a national outcry. Sign up for our ongoing coverage. Send story ideas to tips@texastribune.org.

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