While the deal was pleasing to the Clinton administration, the Trump administration is keen for families, including children, to be detained longer than the Flores colony allows. Groups opposing the proposal will likely argue that the indefinite detention of immigrant families is harmful to children and is therefore contrary to the Flores colony. It will not be easy. The Trump administration`s attempt to end the colonization of Flores to detain immigrant families in state-licensed facilities while their deportation cases are ongoing will almost certainly face complaints. Flores` comparison set basic standards for the treatment of unaccompanied minors who were under federal guardianship for violating immigration law. The court filed its order by which the government`s request for reconsideration was set aside. In addition, the court reiterated its conclusion that the Flores agreement includes both accompanied and unaccompanied minors and found that the government`s argument on this point was contrary to the local rule against repetitive arguments and characterized them as “warmed up and repackaged”. S> finding that the Office of Refugee Resettlement of the Department of Health and Human Services violated the Flores Convention by denying unaccompanied immigrant children the right to engage. Ring, United States District Judge Dolly Gee, issued an order granting the applicants` request to apply Section 24A of the Flores Agreement, which provides that, in the context of removal proceedings, a minor shall in any event be heard before an immigration judge to re-establish the loan, unless the minor indicates on the detention form: that he or she refuses such a hearing. (Flores v.
Lynch, 20.01.17) The Women`s Refugee Commission has published a context of the Flores colony and family separation at the border. The National Colony of Flores v. Reno regulates the treatment and conditions of unaccompanied minors in federal custody. 1997 Flores v. The Reno colony arose from a complaint filed in 1985 regarding the treatment of a 15-year-old migrant from El Salvador, Jenny Lisette Flores, and three other minors, after being arrested by immigration authorities while trying to enter the United States. The Trump administration argues that ending the Flores colony would help stem the rise in the number of immigrant families, mostly from Central America, who arrive in the United States without documents and seek asylum. . . .