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400,000 Immigrants Can Be Forced to Leave the U.S., Court Rules

NYTimes.com Monday, 14 September 2020
People from countries like El Salvador and Haiti who won temporary protected status after fleeing natural disaster and war can be forced to return home, a federal appeals court ruled.
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