The Trump administration has announced it is ending temporary protected status—so-called TPS—for nearly 90,000 Hondurans now living in the United States. TPS is an immigration status granted to foreign nationals who can’t safely return to their home countries, and allows them to legally live and work in the United States. Hondurans were first given TPS in 1999 after Hurricane Mitch devastated the country. The Trump administration has also ended protections for immigrants from El Salvador, Haiti, Nepal, Nicaragua and Sudan.
Trump Terminates TPS for Hondurans
HeadlineMay 07, 2018