$100 million dollars in aid will be given to the Central American governments of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador to help reintegrate the illegal migrants returning from the U.S. Also, $161.5 million dollars of aid will be set aside this year, for the Central American Regional Security Initiative (CARSI) programs. These programs are critical in helping Central American countries respond to the region's escalating security and governance challenges.
Press Secretary Josh Earnest stated that the administration is addressing this humanitarian crisis. "We're going to open up some additional detention facilities that can accommodate adults that show up on the border with their children. And we're going to deploy some additional resources to work through their immigration cases more quickly, so they're not held in that detention facility for a long time, and hopefully be quickly returned to their home country."
Earnest also said the administration together with Central American countries are focusing on the root of the problem. Specifically, countering an intentional misinformation campaign that is being propagated by criminal syndicates. These people target citizens, tell them that their children will not be sent back to Central America if and when they cross the U.S. Mexico border, and then charge thousands of dollars to escort them.
Vice President Joe Biden traveled to Guatemala on Friday for talks with Central American and Mexican leaders. The Vice President emphasized that "children and adults arriving with their children (in the U.S.) are not eligible to benefit from the passage of immigration reform legislation or from the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) process." Most of the children crossing the border would not qualify for "amnesty" under the federal DACA program that defers deportation for children brought to the United States previously by their parents or guardians illegally.
For more read http://www.cnn.com/2014/06/20/politics/us-central-american-immigration/