Meet one of the 260,000 legal immigrants Trump wants deported

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  • Published on:  Monday, February 26, 2018
  • For many immigrants “Temporary Protected Status” has been dragging on for nearly 20 years. Now, they risk deportation. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjORead more about the status of El Salvadoran migrants under Trump on Vox.com: http://bit.ly/2sSLOAs and http://bit.ly/2oyWz5AOn January 8th, the Trump administration announced that it was terminating the Temporary Protected Status of approximately 260,000 Salvadorans who live in the US. As a result, Nelsy Umanzor, a Salvadoran TPS holder, is now at risk of losing the temporary legal status that has allowed him to work and raise a family in Maryland for the past 17 years. But he won’t be giving up his status without a fight. Umanzor is lobbying congress to turn TPS into a path to residency before his status expires.Vox Voices is an on-going series with a focus on human stories. Each episode is a personal narrative that helps define the issues of our time. Watch more episodes here: http://bit.ly/2Fai0o8Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com.Watch our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyEFollow Vox on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06oOr Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H
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  • Vox

     1 years ago

    Watch what it takes for Central and Latin American migrants to reach the US in the fourth Vox Borders episode: http://bit.ly/2GKvEva.You can check out the full series, dispatches and all, here: http://bit.ly/2oB3ivM

  • Eralen00

     1 years ago

    So people are shocked when their temporary protected status turns out to be temporary?

  • Matias Villagra

     1 years ago

    Spanish is my first language but for some reason I was reading the subtitles.

  • Dayanara Ventura

     10 months ago

    Same ,, but I always have subs in for anything

  • Fortnite - sync

     1 years ago

    U got a habit

  • Ricky

     1 years ago

    All the comments here are about how good the comment section will be...Meh

  • Arbbym9er

     1 years ago

    Glad to see I'm not the only one who notices the irony of this.

  • Agent J

     1 years ago

    How does your solution help those you're demanding assistance from?Perhaps it's this type of selfish thinking that is the root problem.

  • Alicia Mn

     1 years ago

    BRING THE POPCORN waiting for the comments

  • Jacob Danz

     1 years ago

    I’ve got it. I’ve got the popcorns🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿🍿

  • Eric Malone

     1 years ago

    I feel I missed an opportunity with the spelling of “come”

  • monkey1346ful

     1 years ago

    TEMPORARY Protected Status

  • Kamil Aliyev

     1 years ago

    I can understand why this is a big issue. 18 years is a long time, and moving back is not easy. It should have been done earlier. Usually I would say all refugees has to return to their homes after it has been rebuilt (host country might contribute). Refugees that stay forever beat the the whole concept. It makes anti immigration activists to reject a new refugees alltogether, like we see in the case of Syrians. And also wouldn't returning refugees free up space for refugees from newer natural disaster...

  • Galatea

     4 months ago

    Why would someone still need temporary protected status for an earthquake that happened 18 years ago?

  • E Graham

     1 years ago

    So you want to stay but you can't speak English.Thats the messed up part.