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U.S. Won't Grant Protected Status To Bahamians Fleeing Dorian Damage

Newsy Thursday, 12 September 2019 ()
U.S. Won't Grant Protected Status To Bahamians Fleeing Dorian DamageWatch VideoThe U.S. will not grant temporary protected status to people fleeing devastation on the Bahamas from Hurricane Dorian. 

Acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Mark Morgan said just a few days ago that the Trump administration was considering extending the status to Bahamian evacuees.

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The status would have allowed Bahamians to stay and work legally in the U.S. until things get better back home.

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Temporary protected status would have let Bahamians stay and work legally in the U.S. until things get better back home.

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