The Department of Homeland Security announced Friday that it would extend and redesignate Yemen for Temporary Protected Status.
BAL Analysis: In its announcement Friday, DHS said “deteriorating humanitarian conditions, large-scale public health crises, and protracted internal conflict” continue to “prevent Yemeni nationals and habitual residents from safely returning.” More information is available on the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ TPS website.
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