This Is How ‘Temporary’ Protected Status Became Permanent For 300,000 People

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Within the next two months, U.S. immigration officials will have to decide what should happen to hundreds of thousands of foreign nationals living in the U.S. under a program that shields them from deportation. The Department of Homeland Security is set to decide Monday whether it will extend Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to 57,000 Nicaraguans and…



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  1. 83ragtop50

    Simple answer is: send them home and permit them the opportunity to go through the normal immigration process.

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