Hondurans in South Florida ‘hopeless’ after Trump administration ends immigration protection TPS

In January 2010, the Obama administration announced that it would give TPS protections to Haitians already in the U.S. after. end their status by early May of this year. President Donald Trump met.

The Trump administration announced Friday it is ending the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for more than 56,000 Hondurans, who will have 18 The TPS status for Honduras had been in force since 1999, a year after the Central American country was hit by Hurricane Mitch, a massive storm.

WASHINGTON – The Trump administration. of 57,000 Hondurans living here under the same designation, saying that more time was needed for consideration. The deferral came after an unsuccessful White.

The Trump administration has decided to end a temporary program that allows 57,000 Hondurans to live and work in the United States. Acting homeland security secretary elaine duke delayed a TPS decision on Hondurans in November after she reportedly felt pressure by White House Chief of Staff.

The Trump administration is shutting off protections for people who have lived in the United States for nearly two decades and has started the clock on their The Department of Homeland Security announced it was ending the protection for Hondurans but has delayed the shutdown date until Jan.

Watch CBSN live. trump administration ending Hondurans’ special immigration status. The Trump administration announced Friday it is ending special immigration protections for about 57 In the case of Honduras, the program known as TPS has been in place since 1999, after Hurricane.

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Lawmakers first included Hondurans in the program after Hurricane Mitch devastated the country in 1998, causing catastrophic flooding that "The Administration’s decision to end TPS for Honduras is heartless and malicious." Honduran with TPS contribute more than $1 billion to the national GDP.

Then the Trump administration announced a week ago that it’s ending an immigration protection for. has been living in South Florida legally for the past 19 years. The Trump administration has.

Nearly 60,000 Honduran immigrants could be forced to leave the United States after the Trump administration suspended a status allowing them to The administration announced it would revoke the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) extended to some 57,000 Hondurans in the aftermath of.

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