Harvey victims in Houston fear deportation as Trump scraps DACA

The city of Houston in Texas is home to a large community of undocumented Hispanic immigrants. Many have been afraid to seek government help in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey for fears of being deported.

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    The city of Houston in Texas is home to a large community of undocumented Hispanic immigrants.

    Many have been afraid to seek government help in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey for fears of being deported.

    Now they are even more uncertain after President Donald Trump decided to scrap the DACA programme.

    Al Jazeera's Allen Schauffler reports from Houston, Texas.


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