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ICYMI: ABC: “Trump administration to decide fate of nearly 9,000 Nepalis in US with humanitarian protection”

Today, on the three-year anniversary of the Nepali 2015 earthquake, the Trump Administration must decide whether to deport thousands. An ABC piece captures the fear and anxiety hanging over the heads of nearly 9,000 Nepali TPS holders as they await the Trump administration’s decision on whether to terminate the program for Nepal, which was granted after the devastating 2015 … Continue reading »

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio Urges Trump Administration To Extend Nepali Temporary Protected Status

Trump Administration to Decide By April 25th Whether to Protect or Deport 9k Nepali Immigrants A TimesLedger piece highlights New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s push to extend Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Nepali TPS holders, who will learn on or before April 25th if the Trump Administration will extend or terminate the program.  The piece in its entirety can … Continue reading »

ICYMI: Dallas News: “More Migrants May Face Deportation as Trump Weighs Ending Temporary Protection for Hondurans, Nepalese”

Nepal TPS Decision Deadline: April 25th (2 Days) Honduras TPS Decision Deadline: May 4th (11 Days) Dallas, TX – A Dallas News piece puts the spotlight on two specific immigrant populations – Nepalese and Honduran TPS holders – who are living in uncertainty as the Trump Administration is slated to determine whether or not to extend these country-specific TPS programs by April 25th and May 4th, … Continue reading »

Under Leadership of  Attorney Sejal Zota, National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild 

(NIPNLG) Expose Ugly Truth: Trump Knows Conditions in Haiti  Render it Unable to Re-Accept Haitian TPS Holders This week, the National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild, under the leadership of immigration attorney Sejal Zota and the NYU Immigrant Rights Clinic, successfully obtained internal documents revealing the Trump Administration was provided with a clear synopsis … Continue reading »

*** Booking Memo *** ABC: Internal Trump Administration Documents Appear to Contradict Decision to end TPS for Haiti

Ira Kurzban, Lead Immigration Attorney on Case, Available for Interview (Contact: Liz@npstrategygroup.com)  As Geneva Sands’ ABC piece addresses, explosive new documents obtained through a FOIA request from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) were released this week. The documents reveal that the Trump Administration knew the conditions in Haiti warranted an extension of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) but chose to … Continue reading »

23 Senators Pen Letter to Administration Urging Extension of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) For 9,000 Nepalese Immigrants

Trump Administration Decides Fate of Nepali TPS Holders in just 6 days on April 25th This week, 23 United States Senators sent a letter to Acting Secretary Sullivan and Secretary Nielsen, urging the Administration to  extend the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designation granted to Nepalese nationals living in the United States after the devastating April 2015 … Continue reading »

Nepali TPS Holder, Experts, and Advocates Call for Extension of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) For Nepal

9,000 Nepali TPS Holders Await Decision Due by April 25th 8 days On a press call this afternoon, a Nepali TPS holder, policy and country conditions experts, and immigrant rights advocates called on the Trump Administration to extend Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for those 9,000 Nepali immigrants currently protected under the program. Namrata Pradhan, Nepali TPS … Continue reading »

Explosive Secret Document Shows Trump Administration Lied In Order to Deport Haitian TPS Holders

Explosive new documents obtained through a FOIA request from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) reveal that the Trump Administration knew that deteriorating conditions within Haiti warranted an extension of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) but terminated the program anyway. The Administration claimed that conditions in Haiti were improving to the point where families could return, even though … Continue reading »

New: Internal Documents Show Trump Admin Confirmed Real Dangers of Returning Haitians in US under TPS, Cancelled Program Despite Conditions

USCIS Director who Removed “Nation of Immigrants” from Mission Found Directly Contradicting Agency’s Report April 15, 2018 New York, NY Documents released today as a result of Freedom of Information Act litigation present new evidence in the multiple lawsuits accusing the Trump administration of racial animus and violation of required procedures in its cancellation of temporary … Continue reading »

ICYMI: Queens Chronicle: “Renew protected status for Nepalese”

Trump Administration Decides Fate of Nepali TPS Holders on 4/25/2018 12 days The piece in its entirety can be accessed here, and follows below: Last month, the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs published our first annual report, celebrating the diversity of our city’s immigrant communities and proudly showcasing local government’s work to promote the health and well-being … Continue reading »

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