This regime has laid the groundwork for the current border asylum crisis and goes far beyond its original mandate. In 2017, U.S. District Judge Dolly Gee found that children detained by U.S. Customs and Border Guards lacked “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. The federal government lost its appeal when a three-judge U.S. Court of Appeals board upheld the Ninth Gees Circuit Court order on August 15, 2019.
 The village of Flores also provides for the NSO to apply a directive that promotes the release of a parent, legal guardian, related adult or licensed program. After the incarceration of a minor, the INS or the licensed program must immediately and continuously undertake and record family reunification and release efforts and maintain updated records of minors kept for more than 72 hours, including biographical information and hearing data. A proposed rule was issued on September 7 by the Departments of Homeland Security and Health and Human Services, which details changes to ongoing operations in the village of Flores. To understand how this enigma was born, one must learn the history of the Flores colonization agreement. In particular, in emergency or immigration situations, the government has some leeway for the period during which a child can be detained. The expanded definition of the influx of 130 or more minors could apply to large-scale arrivals of unaccompanied minors and affect institutional standards and supervision. Since many of the current detention centres do not meet Flores village standards, the government must release children within 20 days, sometimes to a community sponsor or other incarceration program.