The Temporary Protected Status program, as it was designed, which was to TEMPORARY allow people whose home countries are in turmoil, to live and work in the U.S. until the situation in their homeland stabilizes. It shouldn’t last forever, and if those people want to return, they can choose to go through, the immigration process.
It’s my opinion that people who entered the USA 🇺🇸 under the program shouldn’t be granted a fast-tracked route to US citizenship.
Is there an ulterior motivation behind the TPS program being passed? Are we seeing an attempt of allowing these people to remain, as an attempt in gaining additional opportunities of increasing their voter base?
At what expense will allowing these folks, going to cost both State and Federal taxpayers in educational, medical, housing, and other areas.
Finally what will the impact be, if any, of “Anchor Babies” and the departure of individuals who’ve entered the USA 🇺🇸 under the TPS Program.
Just some interesting facts/questions to consider.