Should migrants granted Temporary Protected Status be allowed to stay in the US? | The Tylt
The Trump administration announced it would be ending Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for the nearly 200,000 people from El Salvador who have been allowed to live and work legally in the United States since 2001. Many believe kicking these migrants out of the country they have known for more than a decade is inhumane and unnecessary. But others argue TPS meant their status was always temporary, and the Trump administration is under no obligation to grant amnesty. What do you think?
Should migrants granted Temporary Protected Status be allowed to stay in the US?
DHS ends TPS for Salvadorans, continuing their assault on immigrants in America with deep ties and strong equities. Expelling Salvadorans and others with TPS, many of whom own homes and have US citizen children, is cruel and heartless. It's now up to Congress to step up.— Frank Sharry (@FrankSharry) January 8, 2018
Trump Admin to announce end to TPS for El Salvador immigrants. They will have until Sep. 2019 to go back. My question to Libs: how many of you would let strangers live in your house temporarily for 17 years? They understood it was temporary when they came here, time to go back!— Deplorable Tigerfan (@Auburngirlx) January 8, 2018
Temporary-lasting for only a limited period of time; not permanent.— America First (@Texas_Eric1) January 8, 2018
"a temporary job"
synonyms: nonpermanent, short-term, interim; Time to go home and make your own country just as great. El Salvador needs you and your skills
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