Immigrants have dealt with high uncertainty under the current presidential administration. Each week, it seems that a new decision threatens the status of refugees, DACA participants or prospective immigrants. A recent concern centers on Temporary Protected Status (TPS) as the Trump administration makes major changes.
According to CNN, the Department of Homeland Security has already ended TPS for four countries and is preparing to examine more over the course of 2018. These four countries include El Salvador, Nicaragua, Sudan and Haiti. The DHS repeated the same rationale for these decisions: the countries have sufficiently recovered from whatever caused the government to grant TPS in the first place.