U.S. immigration laws and regulations were managed by the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), before Congress passed the Homeland Security Act of 2002 and President George W. Bush entrusted responsibility for this authority to the three current authorities: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) , which are in the Department of Homeland Security. In June 2018, the Flores agreement received increased public attention when Trump, his administration and his supporters invoked the FSA and the Democratic opposition to justify the Trump administration`s family separation policy, which persecuted all adults detained at the U.S.-Mexico border and took them to federal prisons. , while children and young children were placed under the supervision of the U.S. Department of Health (DHHS).  In June 2018, Vox Media summarized the government`s interpretation of the transaction in such a way that the government “cannot keep parents and children in pre-trial detention, but has no choice but to detain parents (after being prosecuted for illegal entry) and to send children to DHS as “unaccompanied children”.
 Despite the text of Flores v. Reno, human rights activists have said that no law or court ruling requires the separation of children from their families.     On June 11, 2018, Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz said in a public radio interview in Dallas: “There is a court order that prevents children from staying with their parents when their parents are put in jail.” PolitiFact verified Cruz`s statement and concluded that it was “generally false.”  On June 14, 2018, White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters: “The separation of foreign clandestine families is the product of the same legal loopholes that Democrats don`t want to close. And these laws are the same as those that have been in the books for more than a decade. The president simply imposes it,” Wisconsin Republican Congressman and House of Representatives spokesman Paul Ryan told reporters, “What happens at the border when parents and their children separate is due to a court decision,” and Iowa Republican Senator Chuck Grassley tweeted, “I would like two to end the separation of families at the border by overturning the court`s decision. 1997 which requires the separation of families. The New York Times said there was “no decades-old law or court order that required” the separation of migrant children from their parents.  As part of the conciliation agreement, immigration officers agreed to release minors “without unnecessary delay” where detention is not necessary to protect the safety and well-being of the minor or to ensure the timely appearance of the minor in a proceeding before immigration authorities, i.e. when officials release the minor to a parent or legal guardian who declares himself to be a , and the minor poses no risk of flight.
 In 2017, U.S. District Judge Dolly Gee found that children detained by U.S. Customs and Border Guards had no “food, clean water and basic hygiene items” and were insomniacs. She called on the federal government to provide items such as soap and improve conditions.  The federal government has submitted regions to the decision that the injunction requiring it to provide certain goods and services exceeds Flores` original agreement. The Hearing on June 18, 2019 became infamous and sparked outrage across the country when a video of the Justice Department`s chief lawyer taking care of minor teeth and soap went viral.