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Mayor Eric Garcetti and other politicians rallied Friday at the kickoff of nationwide campaign to raise awareness around Temporary Protected Status holders and their families who will lose legal status in 2019. [Read More]
There are steep costs to the Trump administration's decision to end Temporary Protected Status for Salvadorans, Haitians, and Hondurans—and better ways to address the White House's concerns. [Read More]
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The Trump administration must turn over documents explaining its decisions to deport more than 200,000 people who were admitted to the United States after catastrophes in their home countries, a federal judge in San Francisco ruled Thursday. Advocates for former residents of El Salvador, Nicaragua, Haiti and Sudan are challenging the administration's decision to revoke their Temporary Protected Status. That status, under a 1990 federal law, allows people fleeing disasters in their homeland to live and work in the U.S. under permits that are renewed every 18 months. [Read More]
The Trump administration is dismantling Temporary Protected Status, a program that protects people from deportations to countries destabilized by war, civil conflict, or natural catastrophe. One group is fighting back. By Dennis J Bernstein The Trump Administration, with Attorney General…Read more →... [Read More]
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The Trump administration is dismantling temporary Protected Status to protect people from deportations to countries destabilized by war, civil conflict, or natural catastrophe. One group is fighting back. By Dennis J Bernstein The Trump Administration, with Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard S... [Read More]
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A City Council committee head testimony Monday in support of a resolution calling on Congress to pass legislation protecting undocumented parents from deportation. The resolution sponsored by Alderman Robert Maldonado asks Congress to pass legislation providing visas to undocumented parents with children who are U.S. citizens or are DACA eligible. It would also be offered to parents with temporary protected status. The visa would allow those without criminal convictions and their children to stay and work in the... [Read More]
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Yemeni TPS holders have 60 days to renew their Temporary Protected Status beginning Tuesday. The U.S. government had announced in early July that it would be extending TPS for Yemenis for 18 months until March 3, 2020. Without the extension, it would have expired Sept. 4. TPS allows status holders to live and work temporarily in the U.S. while their own nations recover from the effects of armed conflict or natural disasters. With the publication of a Federal Register notice expected Tuesday, Yemeni nationals who currently hold TPS status, will... [Read More]
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