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Citing improved conditions in Haiti, the Trump administration signaled in May that it no longer would extend Temporary Protected Status visas. It warned Haitians to prepare to go home in January when the program expires. Nick Fountain/NPR hide caption

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'We Want To Stay': Haitian Immigrants In U.S. Fear End Of Temporary Protected Status

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Nicole Kushner Meyer (third from left), the sister of White House senior adviser Jared Kushner, poses at a promotional event in Shanghai on Sunday. Albee Zhang/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Kushner Family Business Pitch In China Prompts Questions About Investor Visas

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U.S. citizens who travel to Europe won't have to worry about having a visa requirement reinstated, thanks to a European Commission decision. Here, a sign for Americans returning home is seen at JFK International Airport in New York. Ramin Talaie/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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Victor Pizarro runs a taxi company in Plattsburgh, N.Y., about 20 miles from the Canadian border. Since January, several people have asked to be driven to a road near the border. Ashley Cleek for NPR hide caption

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A Taxi Driver's Mission To Help Refugees Reach The Canadian Border

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Federal authorities on Wednesday raided a San Gabriel, Calif., business they say fraudulently used a U.S. visa program to obtain green cards for wealthy Chinese investors. Richard Vogel/AP hide caption

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What If You Held An African Summit And No Africans Could Come?

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