Posted by: maxpayne May 10, 2019
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In Case of Reversal
If the court reverses the preliminary injunction and that decision is final, the terminations of the TPS designations for these four countries may take effect, unless the final court order places other limitations on the terminations. If one or more of the termination decisions can take effect, DHS will allow for an orderly transition period of at least 120 days from the final ruling lifting the injunction regarding the affected TPS country or countries before implementing and enforcing the TPS termination determinations. During the transition period, current TPS beneficiaries who do not have another lawful immigration status or authorization to remain in the United States must leave the United States, or they will be subject to removal.

It depends on the courts. Im pretty sure ACLU will go to higher courts if the decision is against TPS. On Oct. 11, the government appealed the injunction to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. A briefing schedule has been set with the government’s opening brief due Nov. 8 and the plaintiffs’ reply brief due Dec. 6. Until Jan no decisions will be made.
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