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According to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the Pennsylvania International Academy of Summit Township no longer houses any of the 146 immigrant girls brought here from the southern border.
An HHS spokesman told Jet 24 Action News that the girls had left the emergency area this weekend.
On Sunday, the remaining 54 girls were transferred to another facility. From there, some reunited with their family.
While in Erie, the majority of children made their case significantly more advanced, leaving them a few steps away from reunification.
A girl has reunited with her family and 11 more cases have been completed, ready for unification.
The Pennsylvania International Academy will receive an upgrade before more immigrant children are accommodated there.
Immigrant girls are no longer at Erie’s intake as HHS is working on a reunion with her family
Source link Immigrant girls are no longer at Erie’s intake as HHS is working on a reunion with her family