The Problem With U.S. Immigration Policy

The Trump administration’s decision to end Temporary Protected Status for natural-disaster refugees from El Salvador, first granted in the wake of two devastating earthquakes in 2001 and routinely extended since then, is a perfect example of what is wrong with U.S. immigration policy. [READ: DHS: 1 in 7 DACA Recipients Did Not Apply to Renew Status] It comes at a…