En las Noticias / In the News

Haitian quake victims in the U.S. will lose deportation protection in 2019

Haitian quake victims in the U.S. will lose deportation protection in 2019

Screen_Shot_2017-11-22_at_10.45.41_AM.png

Read more

EEUU cancela el TPS de Haití y da a sus beneficiarios hasta julio de 2019 para salir del país

Screen_Shot_2017-11-22_at_10.43.43_AM.png

EEUU cancela el TPS de Haití y da a sus beneficiarios hasta julio de 2019 para salir del país

El Departamento de Seguridad Nacional eliminó la protección temporal de la deportación para casi 60,000 haitianos, un beneficio que se le había extendido luego de un terremoto en ese país en 2010.

Read more

She Has Lived Legally In The U.S. For 19 Years. Now The Trump Administration Wants Her Out

Maria Elena Hernandez is one of about 5,300 Nicaraguan immigrants set to lose temporary protected status in 2019.5a0241c61400003001d7f5a6.jpg

 

Read more

Acting Secretary Elaine Duke Announcement on Temporary Protected Status for Nicaragua And Honduras

For Immediate Release
Office of the Press Secretary
Contact: 202-282-8010

DHS.jpg

Read more

Trump podría cancelar TPS en otra arremetida contra la inmigración

Las acciones del Trump causan preocupación en la comunidad inmigrante que ha ‎sido blanco de sus ataques desde el día “uno” de su candidatura presidencial.‎

Screen_Shot_2017-11-02_at_6.16.56_PM.png

Read more

Centenares de “tepesianos” exigen prórroga de alivio migratorio ante la Casa Blanca

Señalan que una eventual deportación sería desastrosa para sus familias y la economía estadounidenseScreen_Shot_2017-11-02_at_5.55.02_PM.png
Read more

Beneficiarios de TPS piden al gobierno una legislación que garantice su estadía en EEUU

300,000 TPS recipients from El Salvador, Haiti, and Honduras wait to hear if they can stay in U.S.

Hundreds of thousands of people will find out in just a matter of weeks if they’ll be able to continue to live their lives in the United States, or be torn from their homes or driven underground:

GettyImages-686417684.jpg

Read more

As TPS Deadlines Draw Near Thousands of Central Americans and Haitians Could Be Sent Home

The Temporary Protected Status (TPS) of hundreds of thousands of Central Americans and Haitians, amongst others, living in the U.S. may be nearing its end. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is considering whether or not to extend TPS to its beneficiaries who were granted legal relief and protection as a result of their home countries recovering from catastrophic disasters or civil wars.

screen_shot_2017-10-24_at_8.14.22_am.png

Read more

Will Central Americans, Haitians 'Protected' by U.S. Be Sent Home

Hundreds of thousands of people living and working legally in the United States — most of them from El Salvador, Haiti and Honduras — may be forced to return home under a Trump administration that is considering ending their protection here.

171020-tps-protest-ac-633p_18b02e3f0fae96fabf471aec81cba206.focal-860x430.jpg

Read more