In this May 16, 2017 photo, Nancy Vasquez, a Salvadoran citizen with a short-term and renewable legal immigration status in the U.S. called Temporary Protected Status (TPS), cleans up her food truck at a construction site in Rockville, Md. Immigrant allies want the federal government to renew El Salvador’s TPS program.
In this May 16, 2017 photo, Nancy Vasquez, a Salvadoran citizen with a short-term and renewable legal immigration status in the U.S. called Temporary Protected Status (TPS), cleans up her food truck at a construction site in Rockville, Md. Immigrant allies want the federal government to renew El Salvador’s TPS program. Luis Alonso Lugo AP archives
In this May 16, 2017 photo, Nancy Vasquez, a Salvadoran citizen with a short-term and renewable legal immigration status in the U.S. called Temporary Protected Status (TPS), cleans up her food truck at a construction site in Rockville, Md. Immigrant allies want the federal government to renew El Salvador’s TPS program. Luis Alonso Lugo AP archives

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