Government officials say as many as 1,500 of the unaccompanied immigrant children caught crossing America's border have come to New Jersey.

Some of them are now living in Freehold Borough, according to Rita Dentino, of the immigrant rights group Casa Freehold.

"We're seeing children who don't have any connection to an adult," Dentino says. "They're children who are here by themselves."


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