Thousands of immigrants allowed entry to the US to escape from West Africa’s recent Ebola outbreak now face deportation, as the program that allowed them residence is ending.
An estimated 5,900 immigrants from Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone arrived in the US under the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) program between 2014 and 2016. However the US Citizenship and Immigration Services confirmed this week that the program will expire May 21. “The widespread transmission of Ebola virus in the three countries that led to the designations has ended,” the agency said in a statement.
One report says Trump brings in these refugees and gives them a pass , now this one ! Fake News is out faking itself ! LOL
send them back, but also refund them for the income taxes that were charged to them as if they were ever to get any benefit from it, also send back 50k hatians and 250k saldadorean im sure the economy can take that hit of those many people paying into the country, also split families send them back and leave all their kids here to a foster care system that is already struggling as it is… unless the smart author has another suggestion…
Sorry, the protection program has ended…. send them back.
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