The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has ended Temporary Protected Status (TPS) granted to Hondurans in the United States. This status allows foreigners to stay in the U.S. if their countries have suffered natural disasters or some other calamity. They are supposed to go home after conditions improve. The Hondurans received TPS in 1999 after a hurricane struck their country.
Critics of TPS it is anything but temporary, and point to the fact Honduras recovered from the hurricane quite some time before now.
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