Kim and her Danish boyfriend Ian are desperately searching for their baby, while being on the run from police.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Catch - Catch and release (immigration) - Netflix
In United States immigration enforcement, “catch and release” refers to a practice of releasing an immigrant to the community while he or she awaits hearings in immigration court, as an alternative to holding them in immigration detention. The migrants whom U.S. immigration enforcement agencies have allowed to remain in the community pending immigrant hearings have been those deemed low risk, such as children, families, and those seeking asylum. There is no “hard-and-fast definition” of the phrase, which is pejorative. Rather, the phrase refers to a “collection of policies, court precedents, executive actions and federal statutes spanning more than 20 years, cobbled together throughout Democratic and Republican administrations.” The Trump administration has used the phrase as a catch-all term for laws or policies preventing the holding of apprehended migrants in immigration detention.
Catch - Under Barack Obama - Netflix
In 2014, Chuck Grassley and other Republican senators introduced legislation to close what they called a “catch-and-release loophole”; the legislation would reverse the Zadvydas v. Davis decision, allowing DHS to detain “non-removable immigrants” (those whose home countries will not accept their return) for more than six months under certain circumstances.
Catch - References - Netflix