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UPDATED: Haitian TPS Recipients to Leave U.S. Within 18 Months, Trump Admin Announces
Haiti, News, TPS

UPDATED: Haitian TPS Recipients to Leave U.S. Within 18 Months, Trump Admin Announces

By Vania Andre Nearly 60,000 Haitians living in the U.S. under Temporary Protected Status (TPS) will face deportation within the…

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Brooklyn Council Member Meets With Montreal Immigration Officials
News, TPS

Brooklyn Council Member Meets With Montreal Immigration Officials

Council Member Mathieu Eugene met with immigration officials in Montreal on August 17 to learn more about the plight of Haitian refugees with expiring Temporary Protected Status (TPS) who are seeking asylum in Canada. With the current cycle of TPS set to end in January of 2018, many Haitians living in the United States are entering Canada illegally rather than face deportation back to Haiti.

Haitian Community Awaits Trump Administration TPS Decision, Calls to Renew Persist
New York, News, TPS

Haitian Community Awaits Trump Administration TPS Decision, Calls to Renew Persist

By Wyatt Massey

In anticipation of the upcoming decision from the Trump Administration regarding Haiti’s Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designation, a coalition of elected officials, community groups, labor, and advocates came together on May 16 during a rally at Foley Square to demand the Trump Administration stop the threat of mass deportation by extending TPS for Haitians.

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