A small town in upstate New York has become a haven for immigrants seeking to escape Donald Trump’s America—and one woman is determined to help them.
The Associated Press reported Wednesday afternoon that while the Trump administration is likely to extend the temporary protected status of about 7,000 Syrians by 18 months past the March 31 expiration date, it won’t let additional Syrian citizens apply for the program, anonymous sources told the news agency.
The governments of El Salvador and Qatar are negotiating a deal that would ... allow? incentivize? force? the 200,000-plus Salvadoran immigrants soon to be deported from the U.S. to work temporarily in Qatar, according to a description of the plan published Wednesday by Al Jazeera.
The Trump administration’s announcement today that it wil end the humanitarian program that allows some 263,000 immigrants from El Salvador to live here legally came as no surprise—under President Trump, the Department of Homeland Security already ended the Temporary Protective Status designation for 60,000 Haitians,…
Jose Guevara is undocumented. He’s queer. He’s fighting cancer, a pre-existing condition that, thanks to the Affordable Care Act, he’s battling with health insurance provided by his mother’s employer.
The Trump administration announced on Monday that it was rescinding the temporary protected status of some 60,000 Haitians who have lived and worked in the U.S. since 2010, when an earthquake devastated the Caribbean island.
The woman who replaced White House Chief of Staff John Kelly in his old role as head of the Department of Homeland Security is reportedly so fed up with his attempts to pressure her into deporting thousands of Honduran refugees that she’s thinking about quitting.
Given the Trump administration’s ongoing targeting of immigrants in the United States, it isn’t surprising that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson believes hundreds of thousands of Central Americans and Haitians should no longer be afforded Temporary Protected Status (TPS).
Hundreds of thousands of Haitians and Central Americans who fled violence and natural disasters and were welcomed into the U.S. through the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) program are now worried that the Trump administration will soon send them packing.