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Posted on:    08 Jan, 2018       Views:  863

US Donald Trump to end special protections for Salvadoran immigrants

US Donald Trump to end special protections for Salvadoran immigrants.

What is a temporary protected status?
The program, created in 1990, permits immigrants from many countries to remain legally and work in the United States, regardless of whether they enter the country legally or not. It is only given to countries affected by armed conflict, environmental disaster or epidemic With about 200,000 immigrants in the US, El Salvador represents the largest group of TPS recipients. TPS security has been provided to create ten countries, more than 300,000 American immigrants, because it was first signed by President George Bush in law. Salvadoris received TPS in March 2001, when more than 1,000 people were killed in two earthquakes and devastating communities. Over the next 15 years, the program was reauthorized several times by the American presidents.

What has happened in El Salvador?
The Salvadoran Government is lobbying for America to extend security for the people of the United States living in the United States. El Salvador's Foreign Minister Hugo Martinez had said last week that the ending TPS would mean "breaking families in the United States". He said that in the practice of American citizenship to children born in the United States, there are now about 200,000 American citizens, who were born to parents, who could now face deportation. The consulate in America is advising Salvadorans, and the Foreign Minister has organized a press conference in South Salvador today. Humanist program, Temporary Protected Status (TPS), was provided in 2001 after a series of earthquakes shaken by the Central American country.

 

US Donald Trump to end special protections for Salvadoran immigrants

Salvadorans have gone so far till 2019, otherwise they face deportation. The Trump administration has already removed TPS protection from tens of thousands of Haitians and Nicaraguanans. After the security for salvadoris ended on Monday, after nearly two decades of holding a protected status due to the effects of natural disasters in their home country, there is a possibility of ending. The Department of Homeland Security has planned to allow the solicitors to leave the US until September 9, 2019, or to find a legal way to stay in the country. In a statement announcing the decision on Monday, the Department of Homeland Security said that security will not be terminated for another 18 months, so that "can get permissible transit". The agency said, "The original conditions are no longer present due to the 2001 earthquake". "Thus, under the applicable law, the current TPS post should be terminated." The Trump Administration will eliminate security for some civilians in El Salvador, this step could leave more than 200,000 migrants who lived without any legal status in America for more than 15 years, the department announced on Monday.

 

US Donald Trump to end special protections for Salvadoran immigrants

The termination will come with a delay of 18 months, as the Department of Homeland Security has recently done to eliminate the recent temporary protected status for other countries. At that time, such persons will be allowed who are living in this situation or else to find other places to stay in the US or be ready to leave. Delay means that more than 250,000 TPS guardians will be on September 9, 2019, either to find a different way to prepare to leave or leave in the US. The widely expected step eliminates a series of similar decisions from the Trump administration to reduce the use of temporary protected status - to live and work legally for citizens of countries facing disasters in the form of war Pestilence or natural disasters for deportation and authority from. DHS is called more than 250,000 Salvadorans - all of whom have to live in America continuously in 2001 - covered by TPS. Previous estimates of the department have put a number which will be left around 200,000 without other security.

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