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Trump could destroy the dreams of 200000 Salvadorans

14 January 2018

Their delegation determined "large-scale protection issues if TPS holders are forced to return to their home countries, particularly El Salvador", he said in the op-ed. The Trump administration has taken a hard line on the policy, saying it never was meant to offer immigrants permanent residency.

SIMON: What's the reaction in El Salvador been to the president's comments and, for that matter, your personal reaction?

"The United States has yet again turned its back on its promise to provide refuge for those who face violence and persecution in their home countries", wrote Chacon, Jan. 8. In 2017, Bishop Seitz and other bishops traveled to El Salvador and Honduras "to examine conditions on the ground in both countries and to assess whether those conditions merit an end to TPS", he said. She said that because many of these Salvadorans have been in the United States since 2001, they have some economic clout that could be an asset to Canada, which the government should consider.

Harvard sophomore Elmer Vivas told the crowd that his parents have earned the right to be in the United States after coming from El Salvador. He moved to Las Vegas from Los Angeles shortly after receiving a work permit.

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"If nothing happens before then, we will have to leave September 2019", Vanessa said.

"What worries me the most is that without papers I wouldn't be able to work", Mora said. Where are these 200,000 people expected to go, and how will they possibly be absorbed?

If deported, many would be subject to extortion and violence, and their USA citizen children could easily be recruited by gangs in their new countries.

In response to Nielsen's announcement Monday, many have declared outrage. The local Culinary Union is also working with the immigration clinic as well as the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada to coordinate events in the community and inform immigrants.

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For some deportees, the call center industry, which El Salvador's investment promotion agency (PROESA) says employs 25,000 people, is not an option because their US police records raise security concerns with clients.

"They've had to fight to get a job, they've had to fight to clean other people's offices, clean other people's hotel rooms, pick up other people's trash, but they've done it with pride", Vivas said.

"El Salvador suffered a devastating natural disaster on January 13, 2001, and experienced two more earthquakes on February 13 and 17, 2001". Two days later, the woman whom I had hoped would benefit from the sympathy my article might generate called, crying. He argued that people from impoverished countries are unlikely to want to return after receiving temporary status to live in the U.S. He said he wants Congress and his employer, MGM Resorts International, to support residency for immigrants like him.

"We knew we weren't going to get mercy from this administration, and we've been preparing, but it still hurts", Vanessa said.

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"Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?" the 45th president and commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of the United States of America asked a roomful of legislators. Our city is home to over 30,000 Salvadorans overall, among them 4,000 with TPS status, and 3,500 children born in this country and living with someone who has TPS status.

The Trump administration's latest battle against immigrants and their advocates brought the ire of politicians and union leaders such as 32BJ SEIU President Hector Figueroa.

Unfortunately, the 1990 law creating temporary protections did not anticipate situations in which temporary unsafe conditions might drag out into near-permanency. And as a poor country with a population of 6.4 million, El Salvador could have significant difficulty absorbing such a large number of returnees. 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.

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Trump could destroy the dreams of 200000 Salvadorans