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Top Trump aide says protected immigrants need path to citizenship

Reuters Friday, 11 May 2018
Top Trump aide says protected immigrants need path to citizenshipWASHINGTON (Reuters) - Immigrants from Honduras, Haiti, El Salvador and other countries who were given protected status to live in the United States should have a path to citizenship, White House Chief of Staff John Kelly told National Public Radio on Friday.
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On Friday ,White House Chief of Staff John Kelly said immigrants from Honduras, Haiti, El Salvador and other countries who were given protected status to live in the United States should have a path to citizenship. Kelly said many of those with temporary protected status, or TPS, resulting from...

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