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Salvadoran immigrants in U.S. protest - Sort by:
Salvadoran immigrants in U.S. protest
Some 200,000 Salvadoran immigrants will lose their right to remain in the United States in 2019, marking the Trump administration’s latest move to tighten immigration enforcement.
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Salvadoran immigrant Mirna Portillo waits for an elevator... more
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New York, UNITED STATES
Salvadoran immigrant Mirna Portillo waits for an elevator after a news conference at the New York Immigration Coalition following President Trump's announcement to end the Temporary Protection Status for Salvadoran immigrants, in Manhattan.


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8 Jan. 2018
Salvadoran immigrants prepare to exit after a media... more
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Salvadoran immigrant Mirna Portillo watches during... more
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8 Jan. 2018
Salvadoran immigrant Hugo Rodriguez speaks during a... more
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8 Jan. 2018
Demonstrators hold signs protesting the termination... more
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8 Jan. 2018
Salvadoran immigrant Minda Hernandez watches during... more
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8 Jan. 2018
Salvadoran immigrants Rosa Romero, Mirna Portillo and... more
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8 Jan. 2018
Salvadoran immigrants Mirna Portillo and Rosa Romero... more
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8 Jan. 2018
People gather during a news conference at the New York... more
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8 Jan. 2018
Demonstrators hold signs protesting the termination... more
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