And to be clear, I'm asking because I literally cannot find reliable information that points in either direction. I've heard some people say that migrant families are still being separated and that unaccompanied children are unaccompanied mostly because of that separation. And I've heard the opposite. And I'm wondering if people who are making more declarative statements have found reliable answers or if they're just assuming an answer based on the president not being Trump anymore. Every article I've read about this subject leaves such details unstated.Why is proof needed that nothing has changed, but no proof is needed that things have changed?
Surely a continuation of the previous situation is the null hypothesis, so the burden of proof rests on those saying its different now.
Does anyone actually know if children can leave if their parents arrive to pick them up? Or if some of them can and others can't and why? Or if the answer is yes, but only by deportation?