The Trump administration asked a judge to throw out a lawsuit over its plan to strip tens of thousands of Haitians of the immigrant status they got after an earthquake devastated the island nation in 2010, saying conditions have improved enough for their return.
Temporary Protected Status, a humanitarian policy known as TPS, “is not tantamount to a grant of asylum, nor is it a grant of lawful immigration status,” the U.S. said Tuesday in a filing in federal court in New York City, where two Haitian-affiliated groups have sued.
A federal judge in San Francisco last week blocked the administration from stripping El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua
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