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Guatemalan Maya Center reacts to ruling that can end humanitarian protections to some immigrants

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Guatemalan Maya Center reacts to ruling that can end humanitarian protections to some immigrants

Guatemalan Maya Center reacts to ruling that can end humanitarian protections to some immigrants

A significant ruling involving immigration from four nations.

A federal appeals court panel ruled on Monday that the Trump administration can end humanitarian protections for some 300,000 immigrants living in the United States,

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A FEDERAL APPEALSCOURT HAS RULED THAT THE TRUMPADMINISTRATION CAN ENDHUMANITARIAN PROTECTIONS THATHAVE ALLOWED PEOPLE FROM ELSALVADOR, NICARAGUA, HAITI ANDSUDAN TO REMAIN IN THE UNITEDSTATES.

THE 9TH U.S. CIRCUITCOURT OF APPEALS LIFTED APRELIMINARY INJUNCTION THAHAD BLIOCKED THE MOVE.

THEGUATEMALAN MAYA CENTER SAYSLOCAL FAMILIES COULD FEEL THIMPACT OF THAT RULING.< FATHER FRANK O'LOUGHLIN,EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR GUATEMALAN-MAYA CENTER 04:28 "THE INJURYTO THE PERMANENT LIFE MARKINGINJURY TO CHILDREN WHEN YOUATTACK THEIR HOME, THEIRSTABILITY, THEIR PARENTS ITHIS WAY INCONCEIVABLE"




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