Ending Haitians' Protected Status Not Arbitrary, Feds Say

By Kevin Penton (October 10, 2018, 1:35 PM EDT) -- A New York federal court should toss a case challenging the Trump administration's decision to end temporary protected status for Haitians because the move was not capricious or arbitrary, the U.S. government argued Tuesday.

The Haitian individuals and advocacy organizations bringing the suit fail to establish that the decision to end the status in July 2019 violated the Administrative Procedure Act, the equal protection and due process clauses of the U.S. Constitution and other federal regulations as the move was made after appropriate input from government experts on the subject, federal lawyers told the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District...

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