More Videos

Hillary Clinton takes on Trump administration, rebukes Spicer during California speech 1:03

Hillary Clinton takes on Trump administration, rebukes Spicer during California speech

Miami poet Richard Blanco's tribute to Orlando: 'One Pulse — One Poem' 4:16

Miami poet Richard Blanco's tribute to Orlando: 'One Pulse — One Poem'

Miami-Dade Superintendent Alberto Carvalho is not in favor of arming teachers with firearms 1:17

Miami-Dade Superintendent Alberto Carvalho is not in favor of arming teachers with firearms

Heat coach Erik Spoelstra on team’s tribute to Douglas shooting victims 0:24

Heat coach Erik Spoelstra on team’s tribute to Douglas shooting victims

Deerfield Beach students march to Douglas High School memorial 0:53

Deerfield Beach students march to Douglas High School memorial

911 Call: Nikolas Cruz calls police: 'I was just assaulted now.' 5:41

911 Call: Nikolas Cruz calls police: "I was just assaulted now."

911 call: It's not the first time NIkolas Cruz puts a gun to someone's head 2:02

911 call: It's not the first time NIkolas Cruz puts a gun to someone's head

Marlins' Derek Jeter talks to Douglas high students 1:05

Marlins' Derek Jeter talks to Douglas high students

Massive bar brawl caught on surveillance video 0:53

Massive bar brawl caught on surveillance video

Faculty returns to Stoneman Douglas for the first time since shooting 1:11

Faculty returns to Stoneman Douglas for the first time since shooting

After living in the U.S for the last 19-years, Maria Elena Hernandez, from Nicaragua, may be forced to move back to a country that no longer feels like home. Hernandez is one of thousands of Nicaraguans who have been living and working in the U.S. and protected, since 1999, under temporary protection status (TPS). The Trump administration recently ended that protection for Nicaraguans. Video by Emily Michot. Reporting by Brenda Medina. Miami Herald
After living in the U.S for the last 19-years, Maria Elena Hernandez, from Nicaragua, may be forced to move back to a country that no longer feels like home. Hernandez is one of thousands of Nicaraguans who have been living and working in the U.S. and protected, since 1999, under temporary protection status (TPS). The Trump administration recently ended that protection for Nicaraguans. Video by Emily Michot. Reporting by Brenda Medina. Miami Herald

Please don’t come — Canada cannot welcome America’s frightened TPS recipients

November 14, 2017 08:01 PM

More Videos

Hillary Clinton takes on Trump administration, rebukes Spicer during California speech 1:03

Hillary Clinton takes on Trump administration, rebukes Spicer during California speech

Miami poet Richard Blanco's tribute to Orlando: 'One Pulse — One Poem' 4:16

Miami poet Richard Blanco's tribute to Orlando: 'One Pulse — One Poem'

Miami-Dade Superintendent Alberto Carvalho is not in favor of arming teachers with firearms 1:17

Miami-Dade Superintendent Alberto Carvalho is not in favor of arming teachers with firearms

Heat coach Erik Spoelstra on team’s tribute to Douglas shooting victims 0:24

Heat coach Erik Spoelstra on team’s tribute to Douglas shooting victims

Deerfield Beach students march to Douglas High School memorial 0:53

Deerfield Beach students march to Douglas High School memorial

911 Call: Nikolas Cruz calls police: 'I was just assaulted now.' 5:41

911 Call: Nikolas Cruz calls police: "I was just assaulted now."

911 call: It's not the first time NIkolas Cruz puts a gun to someone's head 2:02

911 call: It's not the first time NIkolas Cruz puts a gun to someone's head

Marlins' Derek Jeter talks to Douglas high students 1:05

Marlins' Derek Jeter talks to Douglas high students

Massive bar brawl caught on surveillance video 0:53

Massive bar brawl caught on surveillance video

Faculty returns to Stoneman Douglas for the first time since shooting 1:11

Faculty returns to Stoneman Douglas for the first time since shooting