For Immediate Release
May 26, 2021
Erik Villalobos, email@example.com
Lead Plaintiff in TPS Lawsuit Sends Letter to Request Meeting between TPS Families and President Biden
Nationwide– Today, Crista Ramos who is the lead plaintiff in the Ramos V. Wolf lawsuit requested a meeting with President Biden to discuss a path to citizenship for all beneficiaries of Temporary Protected Status.
The meeting was requested via a letter sent on behalf of Crista and the National TPS Alliance, to White House staff. The following is an excerpt is from the letter sent:
“ . . . we as the National TPS Alliance, represented by TPS holders, their US citizen children, families, and allies- are requesting a meeting to discuss what you will do to guarantee a long-awaited permanent residency.
Like so many other immigrant families, we were filled with joy when you met with young Dreamers earlier this month. Now we ask for a meeting with our families who continue to be deprived a seat at the table in discussions about our future.”
The National TPS Alliance is a grassroots organization comprised of over 50 committees nationwide, advocating for the permanent residency of beneficiaries of Temporary Protected Status from the countries of El Salvador, Honduras, Haiti, Nicaragua, Nepal, Syria, Sudan, South Sudan, Somalia, Guinea, Sierra Leone and Yemen