Temporary Protected Status

"This is the gold standard of how everyone should be treated," UndocuBlack's National Director of Policy and Advocacy Haddy Gassama wrote in an op-ed. "So, we're putting into question why Black migrants, in particular, are not allotted the same level of empathy and humanity." 

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled to end immigrants' Temporary Protection Status (TPS), disproportionately impacting people working in industries deemed essential during the coronavirus pandemic.

Two separate groups of immigrants in the U.S. -- one here legally, the other not so much -- learned of their very different fates Monday.

Nearly 50,000 Haitians are at risk of losing their U.S. visas if President Donald Trump rescinds the Temporary Protected Status program.