According to the LA Times, immigrant children that are apprehended at the border are being placed first in line to go before immigration judges.  They sometimes see a judge within 48 hours of being processed.

This is prompting criticism from some immigration activists who say that they are not getting a fair chance to find a lawyer and build a case to stay.

This is due to a new shortened timeline enacted by the Executive office of immigration Review, which also applies to adults who are apprehended with children at the border.

Read more at the LA Times