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University: Trump Administration and Bioinformatics I

university: She now works for a university in Massachusetts after obtaining her master's degree in bioinformatics, according to Vancouver Courier. I was stressed I might also lose my position at the university as well as my legal status in this country. Terrified to return to Sudan and unable to fathom a life without proper legal documents, the 55-year-old was one of hundreds of thousands of immigrants who got temporary relief after a federal judge blocked the Trump administration from moving ahead with its plans.article continues below Trending Stories Courier stages first Vancouver mayoral debate of 2011 election At just 12 years old, Dex Shelton is already chairman of the board Sun Sui Wah removes shark fin from menu Photos This has to be one of the cutest seal releases in Metro Vancouver yet This is a good day, Elarabi said Thursday. Elarabi is one of some 300,000 immigrants from Sudan, El Salvador, Haiti and Nicaragua who for now will keep their temporary protected status, known as TPS, under the ruling. He found there is evidence that President Trump harbours an animus against non-white, non-European aliens which influenced his ... decision to end the TPS designation. It's granted to citizens of countries ravaged by natural disasters or war and lets them live and work in the U.S. until the situation improves back home.U.S. District Judge Edward Chen in San Francisco granted a request late Wednesday to block the administration's plans. ( As reported in the news.