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A Salvadoran man reads a newspaper at a market in San Salvador on January 8. The newspaper headline reads: "The United States will decide today the future of TPS." Salvador Melendez/AP hide caption

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What You May Not Realize About The End Of TPS Status For Salvadorans

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Countries that received the most remittance dollars from the U.S. in 2015 Brittany Mayes/NPR hide caption

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A Proposed New Tax, Mainly On Latinos, To Pay For Trump's Border Wall

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Remittances are a worldwide business. Above, an agent in Hong Kong specializes in transferring cash to the Philippines. Nelson Ching/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Who Gives More To The Developing World: Aid Donors Or Migrant Workers?

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