TPS for Haitians: Protected Status no longer justified for Haitians in the USA, State Department says

If you are Haitian living with TPS in the United States, this may be end of your protected status days... Read this from the US State Department...

TPS For Haitians

The Washington Post reports...

More than 300,000 Central Americans and Haitians living in the United States under a form of temporary permission no longer need to be shielded from deportation, the State Department told Homeland Security officials this week, a few days ahead of a highly anticipated DHS announcement about whether to renew that protection.

On Tuesday, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson sent a letter to acting DHS secretary Elaine Duke to inform her that conditions in Central America and Haiti that had been used to justify the protection no longer necessitate a reprieve for the migrants, some of whom have been allowed to live and work in the United States for 20 years under a program known as Temporary Protected Status (TPS).

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Things are not looking good for Haitian with TPS who wish to continue living in the United States...

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Marie Nadine Pierre says...

Jah and Jahnes love. I used to feel concerned and sympathy for...

Jah and Jahnes love.

I used to feel concerned and sympathy for Ayiti people and others who experienced difficulties regularizing their status in the U.S. However, I have come to realize that too many of those people and their kin are ignorant and cold-hearted about my quest to reunite with my beloved children whom I have not seen in 6 years.

I am in Paris, France where I have been since 2014 but my children's father has refused to allow me to visit with my kids. And, I have not met any Ayiti person who sympathizes in any way with my situation.

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