Haiti TPS Trial

Video Updates from Bea: Media Coverage: Canaan: Haiti’s Promised Land, Allison Shelley, Jacob Kushner, Mark Fahey, Pulitzer Center, January 13, 2015 Temporary Protected Status: An Overview, American Immigration Council, August 1, 2018 Flee or hide: Haitian immigrants face difficult decisions under Trump, Alexandra Villarreal, The Guardian, October 30, 2018 Trial to Begin in Fight to Challenge Trump Haiti TPS Decision, Naeisha Rose, Haitian Times, January 4, 2019 Haitian Immigrants & Allies Decry Trump Termination of TPS at Opening of Federal Trial, NIPNLG, IJDH, 32BJ SEIU, BAJI, UndocuBLACK, NYIC, January 4, 2019 Outside Federal Court, Haitian Immigrants and Allies Decry “Racist” Trump End of TPS at Start of Federal Trial to Halt Possible Deportations, NIPNLG, IJDH, 32BJ SEIU, BAJI, UndocuBLACK, NYIC, January 7, 2019 Bklyn Trial Begins to Halt Trump’s Move to End TPS for Haitians, Andrea Leonhardt, BK Reader, January […]

dang ky nhan tien cuoc mien phi 2019Outside Federal Court, Haitian Immigrants and Allies Decry “Racist” Trump End of TPS at Start of Federal Trial to Halt Possible Deportations

For Immediate Release: January 7, 2019 Contact: Carolina González cagonzalez@seiu32bj.org (929) 287-4263; Paromita Shah paromita@nipnlg.org (202) 271-2286; Beatrice Lindstrom beatrice@ dang ky nhan tien cuoc mien phi 2019 www.thebridgextreme.com (404) 217-1302 Outside Federal Court, Haitian Immigrants and Allies Decry “Racist” Trump End of TPS at Start of Federal Trial to Halt Possible Deportations Federal trial begins to protect more than 50,000 Haitian immigrants and their families from losing immigration status Brooklyn, NY — Haitian immigrants affected by the Trump administration’s termination of Temporary Protected Status (TPS), along with Haitian community members, elected officials, faith and labor leaders and immigration advocates spoke out about the importance and possible impact of a critical lawsuit against the Trump administration over TPS termination for Haiti on Monday morning outside the federal courthouse in Brooklyn where the trial began today. The lawsuit, Saget et al v. Trump, brought on behalf of nine individuals, a […]

Haitian Immigrants & Allies Decry Trump Termination of TPS at Opening of Federal Trial

  Contact: Carolina González cagonzalez@seiu32bj.org(929) 287-4263 Contact: Paromita Shah paromita@nipnlg.org(202) 271-2286 Contact: Beatrice Lindstrom beatrice@ijdh.org(404) 217-1302   Haitian Immigrants and Allies Decry Trump Termination of TPS at Opening of Federal Trial to Halt Possible Deportations ?Federal trial begins Monday to protect more than 50,000 immigrants and their families from being forcibly separated by deportation WHAT: Press conference with plaintiffs and community members to discuss critical federal case to halt the termination of federal program that has allowed more than 50,000 Haitian immigrants to live and work legally in the US.   WHO: Jocelyne Gay, Ha?ti Liberté; Marleine Bastien, Executive Director at Family Action Network Movement (FANM) and other Haitian TPS holder plaintiffs in the case; Paromita Shah, Associate Director at National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild; Elected officials, including Council Member Mathieu Eugene; Community, faith and labor allies, […]

On Monday Jan 7, Attend the Trial in Brooklyn Against Trump for Racism Against Haitians!

Trump’s on Trial for Racism Against Haitians January 7 in Brooklyn!??Come Show Your Support! On January 7, 2019, trial begins in Saget et al v. Trump, challenging the Trump Administration’s unlawful November 2017 termination of Haiti’s Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designation on constitutional and procedural grounds.? Your support is needed in the courtroom! U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York 225 Cadman Plaza East, Brooklyn, NY Courtroom 6 H North (Judge William Kuntz, 6th Floor) 9:30 am, January 7, 2019 Please plan to?arrive early?with adequate time to go through airport style security.??You will need a form of government ID (for example, driver’s license or other) and to check your phone at security, as phones aren’t allowed in the courtrooms. Case Background: The plaintiffs are nine persons with TPS, a nonprofit group, and an impacted business. The trial […]

Haiti TPS Extended to January 2020: Latest Developments on Haiti TPS

November 9, 2018 Good news for TPS holders, and a reminder to re-register for it! Latest developments on the fight for just immigration policy and keeping Haitian families together.? Due to legal developments in the Ramos?court case related to TPS, explained below: 1) ?TPS for Haitians will virtually certainly NOT end on July 22, 2019;?the government?in early March?will automatically extend it to approximately January 1, 2020, and quite possibly will do so for another nine months beyond?that date, to September,?2020; 2) ?Haitians with TPS who didn’t re-register for it in 2017 or 2018 out of fear, confusion, or another good reason can and should?seek to reregister?now; the gov’t has agreed to give such applications “presumptive weight” as being filed late for good cause—meaning they should be granted?and then entitled to the TPS extensions described above/below; More Details: As you know, […]

Libète ak Jistis | Fight Haitian Immigration Injustice

By Mairin McQueen In January 2010, a devastating earthquake struck Haiti, displacing millions of Haitians. 60,000 were granted Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to live in the U.S. during recovery. As years passed, however, cholera, hurricanes, and political corruption ravaged Haiti, making it even harder for those displaced to return home. In November 2017, the Trump Administration suddenly canceled Haitian TPS. Now, all 60,000 holders must leave the U.S. by July 22, 2019, or face deportation to Haiti. Watch the video below: The transcript?is available?HERE. Visit www. dang ky nhan tien cuoc mien phi 2019 www.thebridgextreme.com to find out how to push for permanent solutions and fight unjust immigration policies. Mairin joined IJDH in spring 2018 as a Communications and Development intern and was very involved in immigration advocacy. She is currently attending Boston University and majoring in communication and political science.

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