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Condemmed To Misery


May 3rd, 2018


The Temporary Protected Status is a benefit given by the US to citizens of foreign countries who will not be safe if they return to homeland and/or if the country unable to receive its nationals. Currently, nationals of 10 countries have been granted this status. However, under Trump, the U.S announced the termination of the TPS status for Sudan, Liberia, Nicaragua, Haiti, Nepal, El Salvador and more recently Honduras. While the Trump administration argues that Honduras is a safe country to return to, it is one of the world’s most violent countries and faces extreme poverty and inequality. Hondurans received the TPS status in 1999, and since then most Hondurans have married and have families in the US. The termination of the TPS means that immigrants would have to quit their jobs, leave their families and return to a country they left 20 years ago. The belief is that most immigrants will not leave once their status ends, and the termination of TPS will result in thousands of undocumented immigrants in the US.


Headline - The Gaurdian

Link : https://goo.gl/QM711s

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