Federal Court Rules that Government’s Termination of Haitian TPS Might Be Unconstitutional

Earlier this year, the Trump Administration moved to terminate Temporary Protected Status for citizens of Haiti. There have been many challenges to such terminations. Saget v. Trump is one of these challenges. The court denied the Government’s motion to dismiss the case.  The Facts As mentioned above, the Trump Administration moved to terminate Haiti’s TPS designation.…

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Can I Sue the US Government for Removing My Country’s TPS Designation?

The Trump Administration has removed the Temporary Protected Status designation from several countries, including Honduras, Nicaragua, and Haiti. I have discussed possible avenues for relief in a prior post. In this post, I will discuss possible challenges under the Immigration and Naturalization Act (INA) to the Administration’s decisions to revoke such designations. What is Temporary…

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USCIS Redesignates Syria for TPS

The Department of Homeland Security redesignated Syrian nationals for Temporary Protected Status (TPS). Temporary Protected Status is a status used by the government to halt the deportation of persons in the United States from countries where there is some sort of disaster or civil strife. USCIS designated Syria after the beginning of its civil war…

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