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    Number of Sponsor Placements of Unaccompanied Children by State

    Sponsor Placements of Unaccompanied Children by State

    STATE # RELEASED
    ALABAMA 407
    ALASKA 5
    ARIZONA
    186
    ARKANSAS 166
    CALIFORNIA 3,150
    COLORADO 221
    CONNECTICUT 325
    DELAWARE 117
    DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 187
    FLORIDA 3,181
    GEORGIA 1,154
    HAWAII 8
    IDAHO 8
    ILLINOIS 305
    INDIANA 245
    IOWA 122
    KANSAS 179
    KENTUCKY 237
    LOUISIANA 1,071
    MAINE 8
    MARYLAND 2,205
    MASSACHUSETTS 773
    MICHIGAN 92
    MINNESOTA 173
    MISSISSIPPI 179
    MISSOURI 121
    MONTANA 1
    NEBRASKA 192
    NEVADA 122
    NEW HAMPSHIRE 13
    NEW JERSEY 1,504
    NEW MEXICO 18
    NEW YORK 3,347
    NORTH CAROLINA 1,191
    NORTH DAKOTA 4
    OHIO 360
    OKLAHOMA 212
    OREGON 50
    PENNSYLVANIA 386
    RHODE ISLAND 119
    SOUTH CAROLINA 350
    SOUTH DAKOTA 21
    TENNESSEE 760
    TEXAS 4,280
    UTAH 67
    VERMONT 3
    VIRGIN ISLANDS 4
    VIRGINIA 2,234
    WASHINGTON 211
    WEST VIRGINIA 10
    WISCONSIN 50
    WYOMING 6
    TOTAL 30,340

    For more information, please read ORR’s reunification policy.

    http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/orr/...laced-sponsors


    Sponsor Placements of Unaccompanied Children by State

    Once the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) receives a child from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), we have the responsibility to continuously seek placement options in the child’s best interest. This typically involves releasing children to sponsors. Sponsors are adults who can suitably provide for the child’s physical and mental well-being and have not engaged in any activity that would indicate a potential risk to the child.
    We try to place the child with a parent, and if that is not possible, with a relative, and if that is not possible, with a family friend. We do not restrict placements based on the immigration status of the parent or other sponsor. All sponsors receive a background check that includes a public records name and address check to search for criminal history; review of any criminal history the sponsor self-reports during the reunification process; and through interviews with the child. If the sponsor is not a parent or legal guardian of the child, a fingerprint check is also conducted.
    We ensure that children are vaccinated and medically cleared before placing them with a sponsor. We do not release any children who have a contagious condition.
    The sponsor is responsible for ensuring the minor’s presence at all future immigration proceedings. They are also responsible for ensuring the minor reports to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for removal from the United States if an immigration judge issues a removal order or voluntary departure order.
    If we cannot locate a sponsor, the child will typically remain in ORR care unless the following happens:

    • The child goes before the immigration judge and requests a voluntary departure
    • A judge orders the child to be deported and DHS repatriates
    • The child turns 18, transferring custody back to DHS
    • Legal relief, in some form is granted by immigration judge.


    The data in the table below shows state-by-state placement of unaccompanied children with sponsors. ACF will update this data during the first week of each month.

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