Catholic parishes have been hit hard by President Trump’s decision to suspend Temporary Protected Status for Salvadorans.
Earlier this month, the White House announced it was ending so-called “temporary protected status” for some 200,000 Salvadoran migrants living in the United States. The migrants were allowed into the US following two major earthquakes in 2001. Show More Summary
Haitians now have until March 19 to re-register to maintain temporary protected status until the program's end in July 2019.
About 200,000 Salvadoras have Temporary Protected Status under a program being eliminated by the Trump administration in 2019.
El Salvador's foreign minister is urging his countrymen to renew their temporary protected residency, even though the U.S. government plans to end the program. There is a 60-day renewal period … Click to Continue »
Protesters around the country marched in support of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Temporary Protected Status (TPS) programs.
The president’s decision to expel 200,000 Salvadorans who received temporary protected status in 2001 is cruel and self-defeating.
Trump administration plans to strip some 200,000 Salvadorans in the US of temporary protected status is likely to be a blow to the economies of both El Salvador and the US. El Salvador will struggle to absorb thousands of returnees,Show More Summary
Temporary Protected Status is not a resettlement program: Opposing view
President Trump’s revocation of temporary protected status overlooks the consequences of sending 200,000 immigrants back to El Salvador.
President Trump's remark about immigrants from "shithole countries" has caused a massive uproar—even by Trump standards. His comments, made during discussion of Temporary Protected Status in a bipartisan meeting on an immigration deal, are being condemned by lawmakers from both parties, the BBC reports. The comment also caused outrage...
Immigrants from 10 countries currently receive temporary protected status (TPS), which allows them to live and work legally in the US. The Trump administration has recently announced plans to terminate TPS for 4 of those countries. Here's...Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) On Monday, the Trump administration announced the termination of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for 200,000 immigrants from El Salvador who, without that status, will be illegal. The termination will take effect in 2019. Show More Summary
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada is sending a Spanish-speaking lawmaker to California to dissuade potential migrants from illegally crossing the border following Washington’s decision to end the temporary protected status of some 200,000 Salvadorans.
Immigrants from El Salvador are the latest group to see their temporary protect status revoked by the Trump administration. President Donald Trump has said conditions in El Salvador have improved, allowing TPS holders to return, butShow More Summary
The Trump administration has declined to renew the temporary protected status of Salvadoran immigrants to the US, giving an estimated 263,000 people less than two years to leave the country or be deported. The Temporary Protected Status...Show More Summary
This week, the Trump administration announced it was ending protections for about 200,000 Salvadorans who have lived in the United States since at least 2001. Here's what you need to know: 1. What is temporary protected status, and why do some Salvadorans have it? TPS was established by Congress in the Immigration Act of 1990. […]
Jonathan Blitzer on what the future may hold for the hundreds of thousands of Salvadoran immigrants for whom temporary protected status is being revoked.
Immigrants and activists protested the Trump administration's decision to end special protections for about 200,0000 Salvadoran immigrants.
The move upends a status quo that has existed since 2001, when President George W. Bush extended temporary protected status after major earthquakes devastated parts of El Salvador.