Venezuelans Urge Biden To Keep His Promise On Granting TPS To Migrants
Leaders with Venezuela’s opposition urged the incoming Biden administration Monday to grant special status to migrants from the troubled South American country that would allow them to live and work in the United States.
Officials appointed as U.S. emissaries by Juan Guaidó — the man recognized by the Trump administration as Venezuela’s rightful president — made the push after touring an immigration detention center in Broward County.
“With less than a month until inauguration day, we are hoping that the Biden administration will keep their promise of granting TPS to our people,” Gustavo Marcano told the Miami Herald, using the acronym for Temporary Protective Status. “We hope our presence speaks loudly and that they will soon be freed.”
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