The Trump administration has moved to discontinue Temporary Protected Status for many countries. But when the president was asked Tuesday about TPS for Venezuelans, he said "we're looking at that very seriously."…
By Associated Press
A devastating 2010 earthquake in Haiti created an unprecedented health crisis that led the U.S. to grant Haitians Temporary Protected Status. But with the Trump administration's plan to eliminate TPS, 60,000 Haitians living in the U.S. may be deported. NewsHour…
By Ivette Feliciano, Zachary Green
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen cited the armed conflict and other extraordinary conditions in supporting the continuation of Somalia's designation for about 500 people. But the administration will not take on new applicants, she said.
By Colleen Long, Amy Forliti, Associated Press
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said in a statement that the armed conflict and extraordinary conditions support the need for continuing the designation. But the administration will not take on new applicants, she said.
By Colleen Long, Associated Press
Nearly 57,000 Hondurans in the U.S. have 18 months to either return to their country or remain in the U.S. as undocumented immigrants. On Friday, the Trump administration announced its decision to phase out the temporary protected status granted to…
By Associated Press
An estimated 9,000 Nepalese immigrants will have until June 24, 2019, to leave or find another way to stay in the country to allow for an orderly transition.
By Jill Colvin, Associated Press
Liberians have been eligible for Deferred Enforcement Departure since 1999. It's similar to another program called "Temporary Protected Status," which the Trump administration also has worked to scale back.
For the Velasco family, life in California feels like an American dream. But having stayed in the U.S. under a program called Temporary Protected Status, it's a dream that may soon end. President Trump plans to halt TPS for hundreds…
By Matthew Lee, Josh Lederman and Elliot Spagat, Associated Press
The Trump administration said Wednesday that it would allow nearly 7,000 Syrians to remain in the United States for another 18 months but won't let more Syrian citizens apply for the special protection program.
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