Topic: Temporary Protected Status

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Mar 16, 2021

Colombia’s Bold Gesture to Help Venezuelan Refugees

Mar 16, 2021

Colombia’s Bold Gesture to Help Venezuelan Refugees At the beginning of this month, the president of Colombia signed an order to help address the biggest refugee crisis in the Western Hemisphere.

Jul 19, 2018

HIAS Statement on Extension of TPS for Somalia

Jul 19, 2018

HIAS Statement on Extension of TPS for Somalia HIAS Statement on Extension of TPS for Somalia Jul 19, 2018 SILVER SPRING, Md. – On July 19, the Trump Administration extended Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for hundreds of Somalis living and working in the United States. TPS is a life-saving program that allows people whose home countries have been impacted by natural disasters or […]

Jul 5, 2018

HIAS Statement on Extension of TPS for Yemen

Jul 5, 2018

HIAS Statement on Extension of TPS for Yemen HIAS Statement on Extension of TPS for Yemen Jul 05, 2018 SILVER SPRING, Md.—On July 5, the Trump Administration announced that it will extend Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for the 1,200 Yemeni currently living in the United States. TPS is a life-saving program that allows foreign nationals to continue living and working in the U.S. […]

May 4, 2018

HIAS Statement on End of TPS for Honduran Nationals

May 4, 2018

HIAS Statement on End of TPS for Honduran Nationals HIAS Statement on End of TPS for Honduran Nationals May 04, 2018 On May 4, 2018, the Trump Administration ended Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for nearly 60,000 Honduran nationals and their families. TPS is a temporary humanitarian status that allows individuals to continue living and working the U.S. if natural disaster or armed conflict makes […]

Apr 26, 2018

HIAS Decries End of TPS for Nepali Nationals

Apr 26, 2018

HIAS Decries End of TPS for Nepali Nationals HIAS Decries End of TPS for Nepali Nationals Apr 26, 2018 SILVER SPRING, Md.—On Thursday, April 26, the Trump Administration announced the termination of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for 9,000 Nepalis living in the U.S. The designation will officially terminate on June 24, 2019. TPS is a temporary humanitarian status that allows individuals to continue […]

Feb 1, 2018

HIAS Statement on TPS Extension for Syria

Feb 1, 2018

HIAS Statement on TPS Extension for Syria HIAS Statement on TPS Extension for Syria Feb 01, 2018 SILVER SPRING, Md.—On Wednesday, January 31, the Trump Administration decided to extend Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for 6,900 Syrians. TPS is a humanitarian immigration status extended to foreign nationals present in the United States at the time of civil war or natural disasters in their […]

Jan 9, 2018

Why Ending TPS for El Salvador is Wrong

Jan 9, 2018

Why Ending TPS for El Salvador is Wrong “These folks have, without a doubt, contributed to the success of the United States.”

Jan 8, 2018

HIAS Denounces End of TPS for 200,000 Salvadorans

Jan 8, 2018

HIAS Denounces End of TPS for 200,000 Salvadorans HIAS Denounces End of TPS for 200,000 Salvadorans Jan 08, 2018 SILVER SPRING, Md.—On Monday, January 8, the Trump Administration announced the termination of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for recipients from El Salvador. TPS allows U.S. resident foreign nationals to remain and work in the United States if they come from countries that have been […]

Nov 21, 2017

HIAS Condemns End of TPS for 50,000 Haitians

Nov 21, 2017

HIAS Condemns End of TPS for 50,000 Haitians HIAS Condemns End of TPS for 50,000 Haitians Nov 21, 2017 SILVER SPRING, Md.—On November 20, the Trump Administration announced the termination of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for more than 50,000 Haitians in the United States. Currently 330,000 people from a range of countries are living and working legally in the U.S. under TPS because […]

Nov 7, 2017

What Ending TPS Could Mean for More Than 300,000 People

Nov 7, 2017

What Ending TPS Could Mean for More Than 300,000 People In addition to Nicaragua and Honduras, 261,220 TPS recipients from eight other countries have their designation up for renewal in the next two calendar years.