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Salvadorans protest losing immigration status

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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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....more

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. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
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Salvadoran immigrants prepare to exit after a media conference at the New York Immigration Coalition in Manhattan. 

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Salvadoran immigrants prepare to exit after a media conference at the New York Immigration Coalition in Manhattan. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

Salvadoran immigrants prepare to exit after a media conference at the New York Immigration Coalition in Manhattan. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
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Salvadoran immigrant Mirna Portillo watches during a media conference at the New York Immigration Coalition in Manhattan. 


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Salvadoran immigrant Mirna Portillo watches during a media conference at the New York Immigration Coalition in Manhattan. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

Salvadoran immigrant Mirna Portillo watches during a media conference at the New York Immigration Coalition in Manhattan. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
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Salvadoran immigrant Hugo Rodriguez speaks during a news conference at the New York Immigration Coalition in Manhattan. 


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Salvadoran immigrant Hugo Rodriguez speaks during a news conference at the New York Immigration Coalition in Manhattan. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

Salvadoran immigrant Hugo Rodriguez speaks during a news conference at the New York Immigration Coalition in Manhattan. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
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Demonstrators hold signs protesting the termination of Salvadorans' Temporary Protected Status (TPS) in front of the White House. 


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Demonstrators hold signs protesting the termination of Salvadorans' Temporary Protected Status (TPS) in front of the White House. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

Demonstrators hold signs protesting the termination of Salvadorans' Temporary Protected Status (TPS) in front of the White House. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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Salvadoran immigrant Minda Hernandez watches during a news conference at the New York Immigration Coalition in Manhattan. 


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Salvadoran immigrant Minda Hernandez watches during a news conference at the New York Immigration Coalition in Manhattan. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

Salvadoran immigrant Minda Hernandez watches during a news conference at the New York Immigration Coalition in Manhattan. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
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People gather during a news conference at the New York Immigration Coalition in Manhattan. 


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People gather during a news conference at the New York Immigration Coalition in Manhattan. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

People gather during a news conference at the New York Immigration Coalition in Manhattan. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
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Demonstrators hold signs protesting the termination of Salvadorans' Temporary Protected Status (TPS) in front of the White House. 


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Demonstrators hold signs protesting the termination of Salvadorans' Temporary Protected Status (TPS) in front of the White House. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

Demonstrators hold signs protesting the termination of Salvadorans' Temporary Protected Status (TPS) in front of the White House. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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Salvadoran immigrants Rosa Romero, Mirna Portillo and Aminta Romero prepare to exit after a news conference in Manhattan. 


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Salvadoran immigrants Rosa Romero, Mirna Portillo and Aminta Romero prepare to exit after a news conference in Manhattan. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

Salvadoran immigrants Rosa Romero, Mirna Portillo and Aminta Romero prepare to exit after a news conference in Manhattan. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
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