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A week after House approves the American Dream & Promise Act, TPS Families Demand Immediate action from U.S. Senate

For Immediate Release March 24, 2021 Media Contact Erik Villalobos, evillalobos@ndlon.org A week after House approves the American Dream & Promise Act, TPS Families Demand Immediate action from U.S. Senate See Release with allied organizations WASHINGTON, DC --Earlier today, Hundreds of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) recipients; including several who have…

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TPS Families Declare a Hunger Strike to Call on Biden & Congress to Grant Immediate Path to Citizenship

For Planning Purposes March 18, 2021 Media Contact Erik Villalobos, (626) 491-3330, evillalobos@ndlon.org Viridiana Vidal, (702) 206-2110, vvidal@ndlon.org TPS Families Declare a Hunger Strike to Call on Biden & Congress to Grant Immediate Path to Citizenship See Narrative: “Why Are TPS Families Declaring a Hunger Strike?” Nationwide-- From March 19…

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¿Por qué una huelga de hambre?

Durante los últimos cuatro años, La Alianza Nacional TPS se ha convertido en una organización de base que combina el poder de más de 50 comités dirigidos por familias directamente afectadas a nivel nacional, abogando por un objetivo: la residencia permanente y la igualdad para más de 400,000 beneficiarios con Estatus de…

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Why are TPS Families Declaring a Hunger Strike?

Over the past four years, the National TPS Alliance has become a strong grassroots organization combining the power of over 50 committees led by directly impacted families from across the country all advocating for one goal: permanent residency and equality for over 400,000 people currently with Temporary Protected Status. We…

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National TPS Alliance responds to re-introduction of DREAM Act

For Immediate Release February 4, 2021 Media Contact Erik Villalobos, evillalobos@ndlon.org National TPS Alliance responds to re-introduction of DREAM Act Nationwide- Earlier today, Senator Dick Durbin of Illinois introduced legislation which would provide a path to citizenship for DREAMers, but would exclude more than 400,000 beneficiaries of Temporary Protected Status.…

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