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Last week, President Donald Trump's administration announced a cancellation of temporary protected status, or TPS, for people from El Salvador -- a move that will eventually throw over 200,000 non-criminal legal residents into an undocumented status in the United States. Previously announced TPS ...
Almost 12 years ago, a sea of immigrants and their supporters took to the streets in cities across the United States for a series of marches, a response to a Republican proposal to toughen immigration policies and wall off one-third of the U.S.-Mexico border. Some 500,000 people gathered in downtown Los ...

... Bush after earthquakes devastated the country. But last week, the Trump Administration announced that the "temporary protected status" program will end in September 2019. The decision will impact more than 49,000 people in California, and could change Mendota - where Salvadorans are believed to ...
Salvadorans who were in the US before the earthquake in their native country qualified for TPS because the thinking at the time was that they couldn't return to an earthquake-ravaged nation. Today, TPS protectees are allowed to travel outside the US but Galdamez says he must pay a $665 fee to the US ...
Congress must move to protect 200,000 Salvadorans who are now at risk of losing TPS when the last extension runs out in 2019. These people have resided in the U.S. ever since two devastating earthquakes struck that country 17 years ago. So most Salvadoran TPS recipients have lived in the U.S. for at ...
... >> With President Trump declared an end to protected immigration status for more than 200,000 Salvadorans, one industry in El Salvador is gearing up for a possible influx of new workers. Reuters' Central America correspondent, Enrique Andreas Patel.>> In recent years, call centers have become the ...

Once again the Republicans under the leadership of their self-proclaimed "genius", Donald Trump, has issued a fatwa to deport 200,000 Salvadorans living in the United States, many of whom have been living, working and raising families here for more than 20 years. This is excessively cruel and heartless, ...
The U.S. is ending the temporary protected status designation for nearly 200,000 Salvadorans. journalist Carlos Dada of the website El Faro tells NPR's Scott Simon about the situation in El Salvador. facebook; twitter; Flipboard; email ...
Mario Escalante reads a newspaper during lunch at a market in San Salvador, El Salvador, on Monday with the headline: "The United States will decide today the future of TPS." The Trump Administration has announced that it will end the temporary protected status that has allowed about 200,000 people ...
All migrants have two lives -- the one they are living now, and the one from before. In El Salvador, Rosa Maria was a sociologist. After fleeing to Long Island, N.Y., in 2002, she found work cleaning Manhattan apartments by day and fast-food restaurants by night. Her children have embraced the American ...
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen gave Salvadorans with temporary protected status until Sept. 9, 2019, to leave the United States or face deportation. El Salvador becomes the fourth country since President Donald Trump took office to lose protection under the program, which provides ...
A young girl looked on as immigrants and activists protested Tuesday near the White House in the wake of the DHS decision. January 10, 2018. FOR THE PAST 16 years, Juana Portillo has worked for C&W Services, a Massport contractor, cleaning terminal B at Logan. Portillo and her husband, a maintenance worker at a ...
Chicago -- Salvadorans in Chicago and across the U.S. could face deportation after the Trump Administration announced it's ending special protections for immigrants from the country. Jose Manuel Ventura, the co-founder and chief legal counsel for Centre Romero in Rogers Park, says hundreds of ...
U.S. Decision To End Salvadorans' Status Reverberates Through El Salvador ... The U.S. ended a temporary immigration program that allowed roughly 200,000 Salvadorans to live and work in the U.S. for more than a decade. Most of them send their earnings back home. DAVID GREENE, HOST:.
Salvadorans were by far the largest group of foreigners benefiting from temporary protected status, which shielded them from deportation if they had arrived in the United States illegally. The decision came just weeks after more than 45,000 Haitians lost protections granted after Haiti's 2010 earthquake, and ...
Angel Rodriguez and Katherine Alfaro with their daughter Rose, 3. The parents' island residency may be threatened if TPS is not renewed in ...
The Temporary Protected Status, TPS, program for Salvadorans heading to the United States is becoming more difficult to justify, U.S. ...

Julio was around seven or eight when he and his family, and about 200 other Salvadorans were rounded up and led to a wide, fast running ...
Salvadoran officials are working to develop a permanent solution to the hundreds of thousands of Salvadorans living in the United States that ...
A survey of 1,000 Salvadorans by El Mundo between October 28 and November 1 showed that 42 percent of respondents believe gangs rule ...
But the bigger impact will come when the administration makes a final decision on the status of Salvadorans and Haitians. Haitians' status is set ...
Two women place flowers at the Truth and Memory Monument to commemorate the dead and disappeared from the Salvadoran civil war.
The move to establish such a commission comes just over a year after the Constitutional Chamber of the Salvadoran Supreme Court of Justice ...
Andrea Ayala, executive director of Espacio de Mujeres Lesbianas por la Diversidad, a Salvadoran advocacy group known by the acronym ...
Groups that work with refugees in B.C. say there are already signs the province is attracting some of the 195,000 Salvadorans and 60,000 ...
In Washington, the Salvadoran delegation included the president of its ... Martinez told VOA that Salvadorans protected by TPS represent "an ...
It rebuked the American public for ignoring the escalating state violence against Salvadoran citizens, even though Americans had just held ...
About 250,000 citizens of El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua may soon follow Haitians to Canada out of fear of losing their special ...
I realized I had entered hostile territory while chatting with the taxi driver who picked me up at the airport, the first Salvadoran man I met. He told ...
In a quiet side street of one of San Salvador's infamous northern districts, lies a small community centre. All day, it is filled with small groups of ...
From where Lula Mena sits, the outlook for her home country of El Salvador is bleak. "We have no identity as a country. We are losing our ...
He soon witnessed Salvadoran students hurriedly boarding a plane home. In the new book The 100 Hour war: The Conflict Between Honduras ...
More than 260,000 El Salvadorans are facing deportation from the United States if their temporary protected status there is lifted in March ...
WEST ISLIP (CNS) -- In his easy interactions with thousands of enthusiastic immigrants during a whirlwind three-day pastoral visit to the ...
On May 21, he announced that he accepted the new title in Romero's name, and the words hit the headlines of El Salvador's local newspapers.
People participate in a late-March procession to commemorate the 37th anniversary of the killing of Blessed Oscar Romero in San Salvador, ...
Rafael Monterrosa, a Salvadoran native and Columbus, Georgia resident, can say beyond a shadow of a doubt that he feels honored to be ...
In return, we hope the U.S. will recognize how far we have come since the end of El Salvador's civil war 25 years ago. We have established a ...
A parishioner at the Shrine of the Sacred Heart in Washington gets a piece of birthday cake Aug. 15 in honor of El Salvador's Blessed Oscar ...
The Committee in Solidarity with the people of El Salvador (CISPES) emerged that year as a support group to disseminate information about ...
Toughened border security policies are responsible for a roughly 40 percent drop in Salvadoran tourism to Nicaragua in recent years. | Photo: ...
I know that some police at the southern border of Mexico have treated Salvadorans like shit, but that is no reason for them to chingarcon los Mexicans' reputation.
Here and now we are sharing with the people of El Salvador the awful experience that our world is in a great mess and that we are stumped - and that sometimes we are tempted to despair.
Q24N (Insightcrime.org) A recent study of El Salvador's gang phenomenon has shown that, while it is possible for gang members to abandon these groups, desistance depends on several factors, including the gangs' own acquiescence.
March 24, 2017, marks 37 years since Blessed Archbishop Oscar Romero was murdered while celebrating mass at the hospital of Divine Providence in San Salvador, El Salvador.
A news release for Assassination of a Saint says, "The murder of the Archbishop was ordered by death squad leaders and was meant to silence Romero's public condemnation of the war on the Salvadoran people being waged then by oligarchs with ties to ...
Australia also agreed to accept an unspecified number of Hondurans and Salvadorans from a U.S.-led program to resettle refugees currently in a camp in Costa Rica.
As part of the movement, activists traveled to Sandinista Nicaragua under siege from the Contras, Indigenous communities facing genocidal violence in Guatemala, liberated guerilla territory in El Salvador, and Salvadoran refugee camps in Honduras to ...
In one California classroom I visited, there were Mexicans, Salvadorans, Nicaraguans, New Zealanders, Afghans, and Iranians.
I encountered the first "Sanctuary Movement" in the 1980s, when some churches organized to shelter Salvadorans and Guatemalans who were at risk of being sent back to their violent and repressive homelands during the Reagan administration.


 

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