Citing Racial Bias, Judge Blocks Trump Administration from Terminating TPS
A district judge extends protection from deportation for some 300,000 immigrants from El Salvador, Sudan, Nicaragua and Haiti.
Immigrant Caravan to Travel from L.A. to D.C. to Protest End of Deportation Protections
Beneficiaries of Temporary Protected Status are calling on the Trump administration to restore protections for some 400,000 immigrants.
Judge Approves Lawsuit Challenging Trump's Termination of Deportation Protection
The suit alleges that the Trump administration’s cancellation of Temporary Protected Status for more than 300,000 immigrants was motivated by race.
Judge Says Immigrants Losing Protected Status Can Sue Trump Administration
The suit alleges that President Donald Trump’s stated reasons for ending Temporary Protected Status are a “smokescreen” for a racist immigration agenda.
Trump Administration Ends Protections for Nearly 60,000 Honduran Immigrants
Honduran TPS holders, who have roughly 273,000 U.S.-born children, are being pushed to leave the United States by January 2020.
Lawsuit Alleges Trump's Termination of Deportation Protections Motivated by Race
Haitian and Salvadoran immigrants sue to keep Temporary Protected Status, say president’s immigration agenda is racially discriminatory.
Trump Administration Ends Temporary Protected Status for Nearly 200,000 Salvadorans
“El Salvador is one of the world’s most dangerous countries and will be unable to absorb the return of these thousands of people whose lives are inextricably intertwined with those of ours here in the United States.”
Diego Luna to Star in TV Mini-Series About El Salvador's Civil War
It starts filming early in 2015.
Rose Parade Trip for Salvadoran Marching Band Reunites Families
The trip to Rose Parade allowed some band members to meet loved ones they had not seen for decades.
El Salvador's Historic Gang Truce May Show Pathway to Peace in the U.S.
Activists in the United States are watching closely as El Salvador works to address the root causes of gang violence.