Many Immigrant Children Will Stay In U.S.

(Undated) -- New data from immigration courts indicates many of the children crossing into the U.S. illegally from Central America will end up staying. The "Wall Street Journal" says very few of the children will actually sent home, based on immigration data and interviews with the children and their advocates. The reasons the children will stay include backlogged courts, winning the right to stay and minors ignoring orders to appear in court.