Sept. 14 court decision on TPS

On September 14, 2020 a federal court of appeals in the Ninth Circuit overruled a district court injunction that had prevented the Department of Homeland Security from ending Temporary Protected Status for residents of El Salvador, Nicaragua, Haiti, and Sudan.

It is important to know that this decision does not immediately end TPS. More information on the impact of this decision can be found below:

The City of Minneapolis immigration legal service partner Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota and local community organization COPAL hosted a Facebook Live event on the recent 9th Circuit decision. 

TPS beneficiaries from El Salvador, Nicaragua, Sudan and Haiti concerned about this recent decision can obtain additional information from additional City of Minneapolis immigration legal service contract partners, listed on the Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs webpage.

Read more about TPS on the TPS topic page.

Last updated Oct 2, 2020

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