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As DHS Ends TPS for Haiti, a Pattern Emerges. What Comes Next?

As DHS Ends TPS for Haiti, a Pattern Emerges. What Comes Next?

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced last week that it would be ending Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Haiti. 50,000 Haitians, along with hundreds of thousands of nationals from other countries, now face an uncertain future which could result in deportation to a country struggling to recover from an onslaught of environmental challenges. It […]

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The Fate of Hundreds of Thousands of TPS Recipients to Be Decided

The Fate of Hundreds of Thousands of TPS Recipients to Be Decided

Thousands of immigrants living and working in the United States are poised to learn whether their temporary immigration status will be extended or terminated in the coming days. The 300,000 nationals of El Salvador, Honduras, Haiti, and Nicaragua, who have been permitted to live in the United States for many years because their countries were […]

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Government Threatens Families, Communities with Looming Temporary Protected Status Decisions

Government Threatens Families, Communities with Looming Temporary Protected Status Decisions

  The United States is currently home to an estimated 325,000 individuals with Temporary Protected Status (TPS), a temporary immigration status granted to nationals of specifically designated countries that are facing an ongoing armed conflict, environmental disaster, or extraordinary and temporary conditions. Combined, more than 90 percent of these beneficiaries, or TPS holders, are from […]

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Temporary Protected Status Terminated for Sudan, Extended for South Sudan. Who Is Next?

Temporary Protected Status Terminated for Sudan, Extended for South Sudan. Who Is Next?

With the stroke of a pen, the Secretary of Homeland Security upended the lives of over 1,000 Sudanese nationals living in the United States with the announcement this week that Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Sudan has been terminated. However, nationals of South Sudan fared better, with an 18-month extension of their TPS designation announced […]

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Court Decision Ensures Many TPS Holders in Ninth Circuit May Become Permanent Residents

Court Decision Ensures Many TPS Holders in Ninth Circuit May Become Permanent Residents

Hundreds, if not thousands, of noncitizens with Temporary Protected Status (TPS) now are eligible to apply for lawful permanent residence because of a Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision. In Ramirez v. Brown, the Court ruled that a grant of TPS to a noncitizen qualifies as an “inspection and admission.” Under the Immigration and Nationality […]

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How Many People Are at Risk of Losing Their Temporary Protected Status?

How Many People Are at Risk of Losing Their Temporary Protected Status?

Over 300,000 individuals who currently have legal status could lose it if their Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is terminated over the course of the next year. Nationals of ten countries who have been living and working in the United States under this protected status are facing the threat of having their status taken away by […]

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Haitian Nationals Will Receive Temporary Protected Status for 6 More Months – But Then What?

Haitian Nationals Will Receive Temporary Protected Status for 6 More Months – But Then What?

After a massive earthquake struck Haiti in 2010, nationals of the country have been allowed to live and work in the United States under an immigration status called Temporary Protected Status (TPS). TPS for Haitians, which was due to expire in the next 60 days, was just extended for six months by the Trump administration. […]

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What Does the Future Hold for Haitians with TPS? The Trump Administration May Terminate It

Written by on April 24, 2017 in Temporary Protected Status with 0 Comments
What Does the Future Hold for Haitians with TPS? The Trump Administration May Terminate It

Since a massive earthquake ravaged much of Haiti, nationals of the country have been allowed to live and work in the United States under a benefit called Temporary Protected Status (TPS). Their status, however, may soon be terminated by the Trump administration. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) must decide the fate of Haiti’s TPS […]

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Calls for Temporary Protected Status for Central American Countries Continue to Grow

Calls for Temporary Protected Status for Central American Countries Continue to Grow

Calls for the U.S. Government to designate El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras for temporary protected status (TPS) have continued to grow louder this week as over 100 law professors and nearly 400 civil, faith, immigrant, labor rights, and legal services organizations urged the President to use TPS to protect Central Americans. TPS would provide nationals […]

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Senators and Rights Groups Call on White House to Protect, Not Deport Central Americans

Written by on January 26, 2016 in Refugee Status, Temporary Protected Status with 0 Comments
Senators and Rights Groups Call on White House to Protect, Not Deport Central Americans

A growing number of policy-players and makers are calling on the U.S. government to protect, rather than deport, Central American migrants and asylum-seekers. As rampant violence and organized crime continues to destabilize the Northern Triangle countries—evidenced not only by numerous reports but, by the thousands fleeing this region in the past several years—many are questioning […]

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