Salvadorean Children Hope To Reunite With Parents Under U.S. Program

Salvadorean Children Hope To Reunite With Parents Under U.S. Program

By Carrie Kahn

Under a new program started this year, children from Central America who fear for their lives in their home country and have a relative living legally in the U.S. can petition for refugee status. In part two of NPR’s look at one family’s attempt to reunite under the program, a story of two children in El Salvador who haven’t seen their father in more than 16 years.

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