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After Announcement of 18 Month TPS Extension, Central American Migrant Families Call for Equal Rights

After Announcement of 18 month TPS Extension, Central American Migrant Families Call for Equal Rights (Washington DC) In response to the USCIS notice released last night which announced an 18 month auto-extension of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for beneficiaries from El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Nepal, Haiti, and Sudan, Central American…

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Victory: 18 Month TPS Auto-Extension For Countries of El Salvador, Nicaragua, Honduras, Nepal, Haiti, & Sudan

For Immediate Release November 10, 2022 Media Contact Erik Villalobos, evillalobos@ndlon.org   Victory: Auto-Extension of TPS for 18- Months For Countries of  El Salvador, Nicaragua, Honduras, Nepal, Haiti, & Sudan (Washington DC) Today the Department of Homeland Security issued an Unpublished Document announcing the auto-extension of Temporary Protected Status (TPS)…

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100k+ de TPSianos en riesgo inminente de deportación y separación familiar luego de que colapsaron las negociaciones en caso Ramos v. Mayorkas

Cientos de miles de TPSianos en riesgo inminente de deportación y separación familiar luego de que colapsaron las negociaciones en caso Ramos v. Mayorkas Para publicación inmediata  26 de octubre de 2022 Contactos con los medios: Marcus Benigno, ACLU del Sur de California, mbenigno@aclusocal.org Katie Hoeppner, ACLU, khoeppner1@aclu.org Erik Villalobos,…

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BREAKING: 100K+ at Imminent Risk of Deportation and Family Separation After Negotiations in Ramos v. Mayorkas Collapse

Hundreds of Thousands at Imminent Risk of Deportation and Family Separation After Negotiations in Ramos v. Mayorkas Collapse WASHINGTON - After 16 months of negotiations, settlement talks between the Biden administration and plaintiffs in Ramos v. Mayorkas officially collapsed yesterday afternoon, leaving more than 260,000 people at risk of deportation.…

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Migrant Families & Community Leaders Risk Arrest to Demand that Biden Administration Protect Families Left Vulnerable by Trump TPS Terminations

For Immediate Release September 23, 2022 Media Contact Erik Villalobos, evillalobos@ndlon.org   Migrant Families and Community Leaders Risk Arrest to Demand that Biden Administration Protect Families Left Vulnerable by Trump TPS Terminations Washington DC—Today, TPS holders and community and religious leaders from across the country join at the White House…

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