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UNITE HERE #SaveTPS Jan 8
Terminating Salvadoran TPS will affect: -195,000 working people -192,700 U.S.-born children - $109.4 BILLION lost from the U.S. GDP over 10 years without these workers UNITE HERE denounces the Trump administration's decision to terminate Salvadoran TPS. 🇸🇻
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Ester Trujillo Jan 8
One of every 4 immigrants from El Salvador have relied on TPS for the ability to work in the U.S. legally. The news of TPS cancellation for El Salvador and other countries today is devastating to our communities, including the children of those immigrants.
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MurielBowser Jan 8
“Any law that uplifts the human personality is just. Any law that degrades human personality is unjust.” Dr Martin Luther King Jr Our friends and neighbors in the Salvadorian community face uncertainty. We stand shoulder to shoulder to .
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Carrie❤️America🇺🇸 Jan 8
“Immigration for the Democrats has never been about compassion for the immigrants but about political power and votes” ~ 200,000 Salvadorans
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Luciano Gonzalez Jan 8
I refuse to be quiet when I hear that TPS might be taken from El Salvador. I will stand with my Salvadorian friends, family, and neighbors. I will protest alongside them, I will highlight their voices here and now. They deserve better than this constant fear and anger.
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Raul M. Grijalva Jan 8
To the 200,000 Salvadoran immigrants who the Trump admin just turned their backs on: We hear you. We are grateful for you. We will fight for you.
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jacqueline m 🇸🇻 Jan 8
Salvadorans make up the largest group of TPS holders. Approximately 263,000. If TPS is not extended they could be deported, families WILL be broken up, and be forced to return. My dad was deported a year ago. I know how it feels to have a broken family.
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#ProtectTPS 🇸🇻 Jan 6
I still cannot fathom y’all going hard for while you simultaneously ignore like our people ain’t shit
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Eric Schneiderman Jan 8
Salvadorans came to the United States fleeing disaster. Now, they are part of the fabric of NY and the US, raising families and growing businesses. It is shortsighted and wrong to withdraw their legal status.
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United We Dream (#DreamActNow: 478-488-8059) Jan 8
Congress has the power to protect millions of immigrant youth and families from deportation and ensure they can live without fear and thrive in our communities. You can help us get Congress to do right thing and Call NOW ☎️ 210-852-2542
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Mayor Muriel Bowser Jan 8
Salvadorans who came to the United States under Temporary Protected Status are our friends, colleagues, and neighbors. This decision will in no way make Americans safer, stronger, or more prosperous. Full statement here:
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United We Dream (#DreamActNow: 478-488-8059) Jan 8
It is clear that this administration’s immigration policy is lead by a racist goal: to drive people of color out of this country, break up families, and push immigrants into the shadows. Congress has the power to ! Call now! 210-852-2542
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Minnesota Patriot Jan 8
TPS = Temporary Protected Status How on earth is there any confusion when the fact it was TEMPORARY was in the name??? We shouldn't but should evaluate all available options for the people...
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We have 50,000 homless Veterans. Give Protected Status to legal American Veterans, who fought for our country.
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Gabe #DreamActNow Ortíz Jan 8
Replying to @TUSK81
families have not only had permission to live in the US, they’ve become part of their communities, buying homes, opening businesses, and starting families. They have "been fully vetted, fingerprinted and incorporated into American society."
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Scott Torrellas Jan 8
This is ANOTHER campaign promise fulfilled. THANK YOU for finally ending this fraudulent program. It's amazing how ZERO of the 200k Salvadorans soon to be sent home, know anyone in MS-13, they're all choirboys and future CEOs. Liberal lies NEVER end. lol
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Carecen LA #ProtectTPS #ResidencyNow Jan 8
Replying to @Carecen_LA
If you or someone you know is a TPS holder and needs legal help or information there is a hotline number available (213) 814-5248
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Ciriac Alvarez Jan 6
THIS IS IMPORTANT: About 263,000 people will begin to lose their status if the Trump administration does not renew this Monday. They are going to lose their jobs, their livelihoods, and be under the threat of deportation if it's not renewed.
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Caty Amaya Jan 8
It's seriously enraging how thousands of hardworking Salvadorans are going to be forced to return to one of the most dangerous countries in the world. All they've done is pursue a better life, and done so in a humble manner. It's cruel and heartbreaking.
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The Gay Republican Jan 8
Liberals act like every immigrant is a home owner, a business owner and a pillar in their community. Meanwhile act like all American born citizens are lazy and entitled. This is why the Democrats are losing elections. American born citizens are important too!
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