The Trump administration announced plans Monday to extend a program that protects 50,000 Haitians from deportation. But the fight is not over for one union at the forefront of the issue.

The Haitians have lived in the country with a temporary protected status since their homeland was hit by an earthquake seven years ago. Advocates have fought to save their temporary status which was set to expire Tuesday. The hotel workers union Unite Here says more work is needed with the program scheduled to expire again in six months.

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