Temporary Protected Status (TPS) was created by Congress in 1990, and allows foreign citizens to remain and work legally in the USA if they are unable to return home due to armed conflicts, natural disasters, or other "extraordinary and temporary circumstances". But the Trump administration has turned one of those words, temporary, into the latest battleground in his war on immigrants.
"You never get used to it". Last year, the administration ended the program for two other countries, Haiti and Nicaragua.
Burgi-Palomino says that the government in El Salvador can not provide for its citizens, and the decision to revoke TPS should not exclusively be based on the 2011 quake but on "the combination of factors of violence, insecurity, [and] corruption".
Rep. Carlos Curbelo of Florida, a Republican who has been on the same side as Democrats on DACA, TPS and other immigration issues, said he was disappointed by the DHS decision. Most recently, the immigration minister himself went to Minneapolis, which is home to the largest Somali population in the United States. "It's a temporary program", acknowledges the aspiring law student. In their years in the United States they have planted roots, bore children and been contributing members of our society. Or if after helping reconstruct the country through backbreaking work, they'd be told to leave.
The words at the base of our Statue of Liberty, welcoming the "tempest-tossed" to our shores, have in many ways defined our country.
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Salvadorans were the largest group of immigrants under TPS, but the program has also allowed immigrants from countries like Honduras, Haiti and Nicaragua fleeing from natural disasters or war to come to the U.S. The Trump administration previously announced plans past year to end the protections for Nicaraguans and Haitians as well.
She says it lays bare "a very xenophobic and racist agenda ... that really only paints one picture for immigration to the United States, which is a white European sort of vision, and one that cuts off immigration and receiving refugees and immigrants from practically the whole world". San Diego State university researcher Elizabeth Kennedy estimated that, between 2014 and 2015, 45 Salvadoran migrants had been murdered following deportation under the Obama administration. We will not leave children without their parents.
Pablo Rodriguez, a Spanish-speaking member of Canada's Parliament, will travel to California to speak to community groups, lawyers and Spanish-language media to inform people that if they don't qualify for refugee or asylum status, they shouldn't attempt to cross the northern border, the Washington Post reported. About a third of those in the Migration Research survey reported recently engaging in civic or volunteer work.
Shutting down TPS will also aggravate the crisis of Trump's expanded ICE enforcement crusade, with federal raids and mass detentions now blasting through many cities.
While Trump takes credit for solid growth and jobs gains during his first year in office, economists and business leaders warn that expelling immigrant workers wholesale would cause a major hit to the economy.
The Center's executive director, John Keller, said his clients would seek legal status if they could.