DHS to end protected status for 200,000 El Salvador immigrants
The Department of Homeland Security says it plans to end temporary protected status for 200,000 Salvadorans currently living in the United States. The immigrants will have until September 2019 to seek permanent residency in the U.S. or risk deportation. NBC’s Julia Ainsley reports.
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