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.

PHOTO: Haitians with TPS fleeing the U.S. across the border to Canada

Ashley Feasley says Haitian T.P.S. recipients have 27,000 U.S. citizen children.

A large number of T.P.S. recipients are employed, have mortgages and participate in the community.

"They have worked to comply with the existing regulations, and they have been vetted by the Department of Homeland Security," Ms. Feasley says.

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Eunice Tassone says...

We have 18 months to vote in leaders that will overturn this...

We have 18 months to vote in leaders that will overturn this decision.

Trump will be a one term president if he is not impeached before than. Most Americans, who take the time to read, and those of us who work in Haiti know that this is a catastrophic decision.

Haiti is at 40% unemployment.

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