Administration recently terminated temporary protected status for all individuals from El Salvador, Haiti, Nicaragua and Sudan
"A lawsuit is being filed on Monday to overturn Donald Trump’s decision to end immigration protections for more than 200,000 people from four Central American and African nations the president reportedly called “shithole countries”.
The legal action is the first to challenge the terminations on behalf of the American children of temporary protected status (TPS) holders, and the first to challenge all four TPS terminations imposed by the White House."
TPS is an immigration status granted to certain countries experiencing dire conditions such as an armed conflict, epidemic or natural disaster, and protects individuals from deportation and authorizes them to work in America for extended periods.
But the Trump administration recently adopted a far narrower interpretation of the federal law governing TPS, then used it to terminate TPS status for all individuals from El Salvador, Haiti, Nicaragua and Sudan."
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