When rapid deportation of illegal immigrants goes wrong | ABC News

US immigration policy has been in flux since Donald Trump ended the “catch and release” policy. It’s led to detention centres deemed as inhumane, family separations and surprise deportations.

But even for migrants who arrived before the policy changes took place, they can have a massive impact on people’s lives, as one father of two discovered.

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