prospect: They are perhaps those most affected by the election of Donald Trump Madi recalls the feeling of dread when she realized on Nov. 8. 2016, that he was going to win, according to National Observer. Later, she saw him announce the cancellation of her status. Despite having only once visited her native Venezuela since she was brought to the U.S. 15 years ago by her mother, Madi is among the 800,000 people now facing the prospect of being sent back forever. Now, she's pinning her hopes on a bipartisan deal. The date she's watching is Dec. 22. There's a lot of fear and anxiety about what's going to happen,'' said Madi, now a college graduate, writer, actress and activist. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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