Immigration judges are being instructed to handle cases within 21 days. An article about it is found here. Although this might seem like a fast way for the United States to rid itself of the thousands of unaccompanied minors that have entered through the southern border this year, it is actually not.
An experienced attorney can file an appeal if the foreign national does not understand what happened in Immigration Court. In 21 days it is impossible to give anyone a fair opportunity to obtain the proof needed, especially considering that the documents will come from the home country and require an English-language translation.
If you know unaccompanied children applying for asylum who has been "fast-tracked," have them call Blandon Law at 954-385-0157. We handle cases throughout the United States and all members of the staff speak Spanish.