Attorneys see longer detention times for migrant children in Maryland as ICE detains potential sponsors

Flor, an indigenous Guatemalan woman living in Baltimore, is trying to take in her nephew's son, who is in detention. She could face deportation herself to her home country, whose poverty and violence she fled 14 years ago. Since the Office of Refugee Resettlement began sharing information for immigration enforcement, nationally, ICE has arrested more than 40 people who came forward in the sponsorship process. 

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