From Offices to Disney World, Employers Brace for the Loss of an Immigrant Work Force

The Trump administration’s ending of temporary legal status for Salvadorans and Haitians means that employers who depend on them will have to look harder for help.

Trump Administration Rules That Nearly 200,000 Salvadorans Must Leave, Officials Say

The administration decided that Salvadorans no longer qualified for temporary protection for deportation that had been granted after two devastating earthquakes in 2001.

Will Nearly 200,000 Salvadorans Lose Their Immigration Status?

Jose Salinas has Temporary Protected Status, which is granted to immigrants who came to the United States from countries crippled by natural disasters or war. The Trump administration may end the program this month.

White House Pressed Unsuccessfully to End Immigration Program

President Trump’s chief of staff tried to persuade the acting homeland security secretary to end a program that shields about 300,000 immigrants from deportation.

About 2,500 Nicaraguans to Lose Special Permission to Live in U.S.

The Trump administration said thousands of immigrants from Nicaragua would have to leave the country by Jan. 5, 2019, but extended protections for Hondurans, for now.