Feds Will Pause Plans To Nix Protections For Nepal, Honduras

Law360 (March 13, 2019, 7:51 PM EDT) -- The federal government has agreed to pause its plans to end protections — previously set to expire in under a year — for more than 100,000 citizens of Honduras and Nepal living in the U.S. under temporary status while the Ninth Circuit considers the government’s appeal in a related lawsuit.

In a Tuesday order in California federal court signed by U.S. District Judge Edward M. Chen, the parties agreed to stay proceedings, including discovery, in a lawsuit challenging the government’s plans to terminate Honduras and Nepal’s Temporary Protected Status designations, which allows citizens of countries in crisis to live and work...

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