U.S. Waives FBI Checks on Caregivers at New Migrant Facilities, Alarming Child Welfare Experts

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Via: AP:

The Biden administration is not requiring FBI fingerprint background checks of caregivers at its rapidly expanding network of emergency sites to hold thousands of immigrant teenagers, alarming child welfare experts who say the waiver compromises safety.

These emergency sites don’t have to be licensed by state authorities or provide the same services as permanent HHS facilities. They also cost far more, an estimated $775 per child per day.

And to staff the sites quickly, the Biden administration has waived vetting procedures intended to protect minors from potential harm.

Related: Late-Night Flights Carrying Migrant Children Arrive in Chattanooga, Bus Companies Operating Under DoD Contract

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