TPS For Haitians Extended For 18 More Months

Good News for Haitians living in the US with TPS - The Department of Homeland Security just added an 18-months extension to the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for all Haitians living in the United States.

TPS For Haitians
TPS For Haitians

TPS for Haitians was supposed to expire on July but thanks to this new extension, out brothers and sisters will be allowed so stay in the United States, legally, until Jan. 22, 2013.

Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano made the announcement on Tuesday.

Is this good news or what?

SEE ALSO: Video: How To Apply For TPS - For Haitians

For more information about immigration, to share immigration tips and advice, and to discuss Haitian Immigration to the United States, visit our Haiti Immigration web site

Question:

What do you think about this new decision to extend TPS for Haitians?

What about all this talk about the Obama administration deportation of Haitians?

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Lizabeth says...

Hey, you're the goto expert.

Thanks for hannigg out

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Damebochie says...

Thanks to the Lord! I was praying hard on this for my fellow patriots.

I am not a TPS beneficiary, but I have many friends who I know are beneficiaries and this is good news for them and all of us. Thanks to the Lord! And thanks to the Obama

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