Trump Administration Revokes Protected Status for 86,000 Hondurans
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The Trump Administration is ending temporary protected status for 86,000 Hondurans who have been living in the U.S. since Hurricane Mitch hit in 1998, according to CNN. The move brings the number of people who have had their temporary status taken away by the Trump administration to more than 425,000 in the last year. Most of those affected by the decision have been living in the U.S. for about two decades, and will “either leave the country or make other arrangements to stay, if they can qualify for a visa some other way,” CNN reported.