The New York Times --------- With jitters and with prayers, with countdown clocks in their heads and their immigration lawyers on speed-dial, hundreds of thousands of young immigrants have spent all fall and winter watching President Trump and congressional leaders negotiate their fate, every fleck of news a tantalizing omen. “It’s like watching a telenovela: Every day is different,” said Francis Madi, 28, who was brought to the United States from Venezuela in 2003 and now lives on Long Island. “Now we’re just going to the stressful part of the telenovela where you wonder what will happen to the protagonist.” To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.
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