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deporting salvadorans may lead to economic decline

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deporting salvadorans may lead to economic decline

in this monday, jan. 8, 2018 photo, mateo barrera, 4 originally from el salvador, whose family members benefit from temporary protected status, tps, attends a news conference in los angeles. photo credit: ap / damian dovarganes updated january 12, 2018 2:04 pm print see commentsshare share tweet share emailafter ending temporary protected status in late 2017 for haitians and nicaraguans, the white house announced monday it will end tps for salvadorans, the largest group of tps recipients. this will subject more than 200,000 immigrants to deportation if they cannot find another way to adjust their status.el salvador is a tiny country that has had a significant effect on the united states. for example, a maryland-based construction company founded by salvadoran immigrants rebuilt the pentagon after 9/11 — on time and under budget. el salvador was among the first to join our coalition in iraq, sending thousands of soldiers to fight and die alongside americans.in the 1980s, el salvador was on the front lines of america’s global confrontation with the soviet union; salvadorans fought a bitter civil war that played an important role in delivering america’s cold war victory a few years later. during and after that war, hundreds of thousands of salvadorans came to the united states, many crossing the border illegally and others overstaying their visas.recommended readingsign up for the pointwhen a series of earthquakes struck the country in 2001, destroying 100,000 homes a...