TPS For Haitians

FLASH: Judge blocks president TRUMP from ending TPS for Haitians

All Haitians living with TPS in the United States read this... A judge in San Francisco Califormia has blocked the Trump Administration from ending Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Haitians and other immigrants from Sudan, Nicaragua and El Salvador.

TPS for Haitians: More than half of Haitians with TPS changed their status, official said.

The number of Haitians with TPS in the United States has been reduced from 59,000 to 25,500 today, says Paul Altidor, the Ambassador of Haiti to the United States?

TPS For Haitians: UCSIS just announced a 6-month work authorization extension for Haitians with TPS

Some good news for Haitian with TPS... The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (UCSIS) has just announced it will auto-extend certain employment authorization documents for Haiti TPS-holders for another six months.

TPS for Haitians - Sending all 46,000 Haitians with TPS back home will make things worse

Even President Donald Trump's own State Department officials have warned him against his moves to deport more than 46,000 Haitians , 57,000 Hondurans and 195,000 Salvadorans who enjoyed Temporary Protection Status, or TPS, in the United States. Such a move will destabilize the entire region but will Trump listen?

TPS for Haitians - Did the Trump govt lie about the situation in Haiti to send TPS holders back?

According to the US Department of Homeland Security, all is well in Haiti now and Haitians with TPS can go home; however, a TPS report says otherwise...

Haitians seeking Asylum in Canada are not getting the answer they were hoping for

Many Haitians running to Canada from the United States fearing the end of TPS are facing a shocking reality: Aslylum to Canada is not that easy...

TPS for Haitians: Vatican criticizes President Trump's decision to end TPS for Haitians, 'a sad decision' official says

TPS for Haitians Update -- ROME - One of the Vatican's top diplomatic voices has criticized U.S. President Donald Trump's recent decision to end the Temporary Protected Status(TPS) of thousands of Haitians taking refuge in the U.S., saying the country isn't yet ready for the influx after a slew of natural disasters devastated the island nation.

U.S. Bishops: Haiti cannot handle 50,000 TPS holders going back home

"We're extremely concerned about what's going to happen to these individuals and their families," says Ashley Feasley, director of migration policy and public affairs at the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

How ending TPS for Haitians is affecting thousands of children living in the United States

Read the story of Lys Isma, a young Haitian woman who came to the United States when she was only a 9 months old. Protected by TPS, she never felt like an illegal alien in America until now...

TPS for Haitians is Ending on 22 July 2019

That's it folks... 18 more months, after that, No more TPS for Haitians... The Trump administration told 59,000 Haitians living in the United States with Temporary Protected Status they have until July 22, 2019 to go home or find another legal way to stay in the US.