New Policies by Biden on Migrant Children

The Biden administration's new policies on migrant children represent a radical departure from earlier practices and mandating a humane approach to immigration reform. These mechanisms are purposed to give better care and momentary guardianship to unaccompanied migrant children than was given during the Trump regime. The current administration also hopes to address matters that border on the psychological and physiological well-being of young people by ensuring that migrant children are placed in safer and more nurturing environments. This policy shift is to protect vulnerable groups as much as to redeem the image of the U.S. on matters concerning human rights and child protection that are currently under international scrutiny. The implementation of such policies involves coordination with different agencies, if not primarily to make the process easier, at least to give wide coverage for safeguarding the rights and needs of migrant children at the forefront of immigration practices.

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