Former Ambassadors from Honduras and Panama Speak Out Against the Administration’s Termination of Honduran TPS Program Last Friday, the Trump Administration unjustly ended Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Honduras. In an op-ed with the Washington Post, former Honduran Ambassador, James Nealon, and former Panama Ambassador, John Feeley, denounce the Administration’s decision and spell... Continue »
published on May 9, 2018; updated July 27, 2018 Datessss s Country Population* Extension or Terminated Extension Ends/ Termination Begins Original Designation Date Number of Extensions 5-24-17 Haiti 58,557 6-month extension 1-22-18 1-12-10 4 9-21-17 South Sudan 77 18-month extension 5-2-19 11-3-11 3 10-11-17 Sudan 1,048 12-month termination 11-2-18... Continue »
Trump reportedly ignored embassy cables with advice from senior U.S. diplomats regarding the deportation of immigrants with Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Last night, the Washington Post released a breaking article by Nick Miroff, Seung Min Kim, and Joshua Partlow that exposes the Trump Administration ignoring senior U.S. Diplomats’ advice to not deport over... Continue »
Trump Administration decision late last week to end Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for 57,000 legal Honduran immigrants is sparking backlash across the country. Akilah Johnson from The Boston Globe and the Catholic News Service write about the shock fueled by the Administration’s nonsensical termination of the program. Read the entire The Boston Globe and Catholic News... Continue »
This evening, Washington Post’s Nick Miroff, Seung Min Kim and Joshua Partlow report that, despite warnings from experts contained in U.S. embassy cables, the Trump administration ended Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for 300,000 immigrants. These decisions are aimed at expelling legal immigrants with deep family, business, work and community ties in America.... Continue »
 “Disastrous,” “Sending Me To My Death,” “Rocked To the Core,” “Can’t Imagine Life Without My Mom” Honduran communities were devastated last week by the Trump Administration’s decision to end Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for 57,000 Hondurans. Reporters Conor Finnegan from ABC News and Jeremy White from The Independent profile TPS holders and immigration... Continue »
Elise Foley of HuffPost puts the latest disturbing news about the end of TPS for Hondurans into a larger context, explaining in a new must-read article “more than a million people in total who have been living and working legally in the U.S. who, thanks to Trump, now face an uncertain... Continue »
Frank Sharry, Director Ejecutivo de America’s Voice Education Fund, analiza el impacto de la decisión De acuerdo con McClatchy y The Washington Post, cuyos informes serían cosistentes con el vergonzoso historial de este gobierno, Trump ha decidido terminar el Estatus de Protección Temporal (TPS) para otro país que se encuentra convulsionado y en... Continue »
According to McClatchy and The Washington Post, whose reports would be consistent with this Administration’s shameful track record, the Trump Administration has terminated Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for yet another country in the throes of unrest and chaos. This time the country is Honduras, a country plagued by violence, social turmoil, and recurring natural... Continue »
Honduran TPS Holders Discuss Impact of Decision On Their Lives According to McClatchy and The Washington Post, the Trump Administration has terminated Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for yet another country in the throes of unrest and chaos. This time the country is Honduras, a country plagued by violence, social turmoil, and recurring natural... Continue »