PORTERVILLE — Luis Galvan, 20, enjoyed a moment of triumph in late October when he boarded a plane for the first time and flew to Indianapolis to receive his Future Farmers of America degree, a prestigious certificate of achievement in the farm world.But his euphoria was short-lived.When Galvan got home he tore open an envelope waiting for him from the Department of Homeland Security.
In another sweeping action upending immigrant communities, the Trump Administration Monday announced it is terminating Temporary Protected Status for more than 200,000 immigrants from El Salvador who’ve been living here protected from deportation for nearly 17 years.
PORTERVILLE, Calif. — Luis Galvan, 20, enjoyed a moment of triumph in late October when he boarded a plane for the first time and flew to Indianapolis to receive his Future Farmers of America degree, a prestigious certificate of achievement in the world of agriculture. Galvan was proud that all his grueling work with livestock and crops had paid off. But his euphoria was short-lived. When Galvan got home he tore open an envelope waiting for him from the Department of Homeland Security.
@DanielCrowe4OR What I'm pointing out is that El Salvador has asked the US to continue TPS or for many years since reintegrating nationals would increase instability. El Salvador made a decision to show good faith as US ally to provide troops to anti-terror effort. Foreign policy implications
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