The hearing also barely touched on the more than 2,000 children still in government custody who will need to be reunited in coming weeks.
Foster care placement provider Bethany Christian Services, which operates in MI and Maryland, said the seven children under five in its care had been reunited or had travel arrangements for reunification.
Under the "zero-tolerance", policy, while parents entering the U.S. illegally were held for prosecution, children were placed in Department of Health and Human Services (HSS) facilities across the country.
And activists, for their part, have described a "bureaucratic wall" that has prevented detained parents from finding and contacting their children.
Karen Tumlin, director of legal strategy at the National Immigration Law Center, said she interpreted Judge Dolly Gee's order on Monday as a rejection of large-scale family detention.
Some lawyers representing the separated children, who have been scattered into foster systems across the country, said the government was not telling them what would happen to their young clients.
Several other children can't be reunited with their parents because the adults have serious criminal records, the government said.
"Their children are stranded in this country", the ACLU said of the children of deported parents.
The infant is one of hundreds of children who have yet to be reunited with their parents, with many separated from their families under the Trump administration's recently rescinded "zero tolerance" family separation policy.
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In court in San Diego, Sabraw said DNA tests to determine if a child belongs to a family aren't necessary if family members have other documentation, such as a birth certificate. He asked attorneys for the government and the ACLU to file court papers by Monday night outlining their proposed reunification plans, with the ACLU calling for a more expedited process.
One child whose parents' location is unknown may not actually be an immigrant, according to the filing.
Roughly half of the children under 5 years old who were separated from their parents at the border will be back with their moms and dads by a court-imposed deadline Tuesday, but the Trump administration is still not sure when the rest will be reunified. "They want to punish these families who are here and deter others from coming".
U.S. Border Patrol agents take a father and son from Honduras into custody near the U.S. -Mexico border, June 12, 2018, near Mission, Texas. The first is to return to the Obama administration policy of releasing and monitoring families while they await deportation proceedings. "We demand immediate reunification of these families, an end to the so-called "zero tolerance" policy, and once and for all we must end family detention".
"The Trump administration was ordered to reunite more than 100 children with their parents by today", Rep. Pramila Jayapal noted in a tweet on Tuesday.
Government lawyers said some reunions may not immediately be possible because parents have not been located or are still serving criminal sentences, such as for crossing the border illegally.
"I believe that they can still reunite some [more] individuals by tomorrow", Gelernt said during the hearing. An additional 20 children have purported parents with whom they can not be reunited because those adults have already been either removed from the United States or released into the country, which removes DHS and HHS's ability to force them to come get the children they claim are theirs.
The government has reportedly struggled to offer exact information about the number of children separated from their parents.