Honduras TPS Decision Deadline: 5/4/2018, 2 Days As the Honduran Temporary Protected Status (TPS) deadline looms, both Politico PRO and Newsy highlight the fear of various Honduran TPS holders and immigration advocates who are speaking out to urge the Trump Administration to extend TPS for the 57,000 legal immigrants from Honduras. Read the Politico PRO and Newsy article. Politico PRO Honduran immigrants implore Trump administration… Continue »

DHS Decision In Just 3 Days: May 4, 2018 A recording of the release is available here. On a press call this afternoon, a Honduran TPS holder living in Miami, Mayor Bauters of Emeryville, California, and Florida community leaders discussed the importance of extending Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for the 57,000 Honduran immigrants currently protected under the… Continue »

In a letter delivered to the administration on April 27, 2018, 122 faith-based organizations and 518 faith leaders from across traditions stand united in calling on the Department of Homeland Security to protect nearly 60,000 Honduran Temporary Protected Status (TPS) holders and their families, including 53,000 U.S. citizen children. The administration must decide by May 6, 2018 whether to… Continue »

Honduras TPS Decision Deadline: 5/4/20178, 4 days Buzzfeed spotlights the stories of asylum seekers seeking refuge from life-threatening violence and turmoil in countries that were previously granted Temporary Protected Status, including Honduras which is the next country up for TPS renewal; the decision by the Department of Homeland Security is due in just four days on May 4th. The piece also includes… Continue »

Honduras TPS Decision Deadline: 5/4/2018, 4 Days Last week, the Trump Administration delivered its decision to end Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for approximately 9,000 Nepalis living in the United States despite the country continuing to recover from a 2015 earthquake. This was the fifth decision by this Administration to force the deportation of legal immigrants with… Continue »

Adhikaar, Catholic Legal Immigration Network Inc.(CLINIC), and America’s Voice Condemn Decision to Terminate TPS for Nepalis Advocacy groups are speaking out against the Trump Administration’s announcement yesterday that it will terminate Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Nepali holders. Legal and policy experts agree that Nepal is not ready to integrate thousands of people back into the… Continue »

Today, the Trump Administration announced it would terminate Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for approximately 9,000 Nepali TPS holders, subjecting hardworking, tax-paying, and integral contributors to the fabric of our nation to deportation. According to Pili Tobar, Managing Director of America’s Voice: This Administration’s motion today to terminate TPS for Nepal marks the fifth in a string of heartless… Continue »

New York, N.Y. – TODAY, the Trump Administration announced that it is terminating the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) program for Nepal. The termination will take effect June 24, 2019. The TPS program has benefited 14,791 Nepalis since the country was first designated after the devastating earthquakes on April 25, 2015. Currently almost 9,000 Nepalis legally reside in… Continue »

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 »

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 »