Nothing is as Permanent as Temporary Status
"TPS is routinely extended, as in the Haitian case, and no one has ever been made to go home because their TPS expired -- no one. Liberian illegals who received it more than two decades ago are still here, legally, albeit not as citizens, a matter that is inconsequential to most of them," says CIS executive director Mark Krikorian at National Review.
"This is relevant to the larger question of the president's illegal amnesty for up to 2 million DREAMer illegal aliens -- the administration keeps protesting that this is just a temporary reprieve and nothing more, which is why they claim it's not an amnesty."
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