TPS : Have conditions in Haiti and Sudan improved enough that they should be taken off the list?

There are about 400,000 people from 10 countries receiving protected protected status (TPS) in the United States. Have conditions in Haiti and Sudan improved enough that they should be taken off the list? The Trump administration says they have, but many immigration advocates disagree.

Father Gerard Jean-Juste - TPS For Haitians

If the administration doesn't change its mind, the protected status of 59,000 Haitians, granted in 2010 after a deadly magnitude 7.0 earthquake, will end in January.

Some human rights advocates fear the ending of temporary protections for Haitians and Sudanese is just the beginning of a severely straitened approach to granting protected status.

Read more from an editorial on latimes.com

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