The Trump administration will, in 18 months, end the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for immigrants from El Salvador living in the US under the TPS issued after a series of devastating earthquakes in 2001. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) estimates about 200,000 Salvadorans will be impacted.
Two hundred thousand people will be given 18 months to move out or find a legal way to remain.
The United States will end the temporary protected status program (TPS) for more than 300,000 refugees from El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, and Nicaragua. Many of the refugees have already left for Canada, where it is easier to get asylum. 2017-11-4 (Context: El Salvador, Temporary Protected Status)
The United States Department of Homeland Security announces they will not renew the "temporary protected status" of around 50,000 Haitians living in the United States when it expires in 18 months. 2017-11-20 (Context: Department of Homeland Security, Temporary Protected Status)
The United States Department of Homeland Security plans to collect the social media information of all immigrants, including green card holders and naturalized citizens, beginning on October 18, 2017. 2017-09-26 (Context: Department of Homeland Security)
United States Homeland Security bans Kaspersky Lab products from government computers due to fears they could be coerced into sharing information with the Russian government. 2017-09-13 (Context: Department of Homeland Security)
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke withdraws his name from consideration for an assistant secretary position at the Department of Homeland Security. 2017-06-17 (Context: Department of Homeland Security)
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