Thank you for the link. It was very informative. While it refuted various false assertions made in the media, it did not show any fatal flaw in the simple solution of keeping families together. First, as to numbers, I don’t see any statistics clarifying whether it is “only a few" or as many as 2,000 and rising. The link also does not show practical solutions cannot be found. One quick thought is that there can be multiple screening during the process. After an initial family connection screen (Is this your Mommy?)when they are first apprehended, there can be additional screening when the presumed families are placed in a detention facility. If need be, paternity and maternity tests can be administered. This doesn’t seem to be an impossible burden.