Life in El Salvador after deportation

A record 2.5 million immigrants were deported during President Obama’s eight years in office, including around 150,000 to tiny El Salvador, a country with fewer residents than Los Angeles County. The number of deportees may grow — and quickly — under President Trump, whose administration has indicated that it will break with Obama's policy and no longer limit deportations to those convicted of criminal offenses.

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