Entornointeligente.com / A group of South Florida Haitian immigrants are among the latest plaintiffs challenging President Donald Trump?s decision to terminate Temporary Protected Status, which ? until recently ? has shielded them from deportation.
In a federal lawsuit filed Thursday in the Eastern District of New York, the plaintiffs argue that Trump and the Department of Homeland Security ?employed an invalid and unauthorized process to terminate Haiti?s TPS designation irrespective of the statutory criteria for review enacted by Congress.?
The plaintiffs include three South Floridians, seven New Yorkers, the weekly Brooklyn-based Haitian newspaper, Haïti Liberté, and a Miami-based Haitian rights advocacy group, Family Action Network Movement, or FANM, an organization previously known as the Haitian Women of Miami.
It?s the fourth TPS-related suit ? and the second one filed this week against Trump and Homeland Security, which last year rescinded the temporary protected status for citizens of Sudan, Nicaragua, Haiti and El Salvador after granting them a final 18-month extension.
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