As has become common under the present Administration, yet another country is losing Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designation. On April 26, 2018, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen M. Neilson announced that Nepal will lose TPS designation on June 24, 2019. As in past terminations, there is a delay of 12 months to allow for transition. The April 2015 earthquake and aftershocks decimated the nation and necessitated the designation of TPS for the nation. The Department of Homeland Security reviewed the disaster relief remediation process and determined that Nepali nationals can now safely return to the country. Outreach efforts will be made to notify the affected individuals to advise them of the change and that they may still receive other protections under the United States immigration system for which they are eligible. Nepali citizens with current TPS registrations will be required to re-register for TPS and additionally apply for Employment Authorization in order to legally work until the effective date of the termination on June 24, 2019.