CLOSING TODAY: Bipartisan TPS Letter

On November 20, 2017, Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Elaine C. Duke announced her decision to terminate Haiti’s Temporary Protected Status designation, effective July 22, 2019. As a result, more than 50,000 Haitians will have to return to a country
struggling with the continuing legacy of the 2010 earthquake, cholera epidemic, food insecurity crisis, and the devastation inflicted by Hurricanes Matthew, Irma, and Maria. The Administration also recently announced its decision to end Temporary Protected
Status Nicaragua and Sudan, imperiling the lives of thousands of people from these countries currently in the United States. These actions run contrary to the historical bipartisan consensus concerning the Temporary Protected Status program and demonstrate
the need for Congress to act to protect the lives of all 300,000 TPS beneficiaries.

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DEADLINE TOMORROW: Bipartisan TPS Letter

On November 20, 2017, Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Elaine C. Duke announced her decision to terminate Haiti’s Temporary Protected Status designation, effective July 22, 2019. As a result, more than 50,000 Haitians will have to return to a country
struggling with the continuing legacy of the 2010 earthquake, cholera epidemic, food insecurity crisis, and the devastation inflicted by Hurricanes Matthew, Irma, and Maria. The Administration also recently announced its decision to end Temporary Protected
Status Nicaragua and Sudan, imperiling the lives of thousands of people from these countries currently in the United States. These actions run contrary to the historical bipartisan consensus concerning the Temporary Protected Status program and demonstrate
the need for Congress to act to protect the lives of all 300,000 TPS beneficiaries.

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DEADLINE EXTENDED: Bipartisan TPS Letter

On November 20, 2017, Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Elaine C. Duke announced her decision to terminate Haiti’s Temporary Protected Status designation, effective January 5, 2018. As a result, more than 50,000 Haitians will have to return to a country
struggling with the continuing legacy of the 2010 earthquake, cholera epidemic, food insecurity crisis, and the devastation inflicted by Hurricanes Matthew, Irma, and Maria. The Administration also recently announced its decision to end Temporary Protected
Status Nicaragua and Sudan, imperiling the lives of thousands of people from these countries currently in the United States. These actions run contrary to the historical bipartisan consensus concerning the Temporary Protected Status program and demonstrate
the need for Congress to act to protect the lives of all 300,000 TPS beneficiaries.

Read More

DEADLINE EXTENDED: Bipartisan TPS Letter

On November 20, 2017, Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Elaine C. Duke announced her decision to terminate Haiti’s Temporary Protected Status designation, effective January 5, 2018. As a result, more than 50,000 Haitians will have to return to a country
struggling with the continuing legacy of the 2010 earthquake, cholera epidemic, food insecurity crisis, and the devastation inflicted by Hurricanes Matthew, Irma, and Maria. The Administration also recently announced its decision to end Temporary Protected
Status Nicaragua and Sudan, imperiling the lives of thousands of people from these countries currently in the United States. These actions run contrary to the historical bipartisan consensus concerning the Temporary Protected Status program and demonstrate
the need for Congress to act to protect the lives of all 300,000 TPS beneficiaries.

Read More

DEADLINE EXTENDED: Bipartisan TPS Letter

On November 20, 2017, Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Elaine C. Duke announced her decision to terminate Haiti’s Temporary Protected Status designation, effective January 5, 2018. As a result, more than 50,000 Haitians will have to return to a country
struggling with the continuing legacy of the 2010 earthquake, cholera epidemic, food insecurity crisis, and the devastation inflicted by Hurricanes Matthew, Irma, and Maria. The Administration also recently announced its decision to end Temporary Protected
Status Nicaragua and Sudan, imperiling the lives of thousands of people from these countries currently in the United States. These actions run contrary to the historical bipartisan consensus concerning the Temporary Protected Status program and demonstrate
the need for Congress to act to protect the lives of all 300,000 TPS beneficiaries.

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Become an original Cosponsor: Resolution expressing the sense of the House of Representatives with respect to Marcus Garvey.

The success of Caribbean immigrants and their Caribbean American descendants has been evidenced in just about every field of endeavor. Marcus Garvey is an icon in the liberation of people of African descent around the world, but his movement was started
right here in the United States.  As an inspirational teacher, he became a critical link in the chain of the black fight for freedom, and justice.

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Sign Letter to Safeguard Temporary Protected Status Beneficiaries

On November 20, 2017, Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Elaine C. Duke announced her decision to terminate Haiti’s Temporary Protected Status designation, effective January 5, 2018. As a result, more than 50,000 Haitians will have to return to a country
struggling with the continuing legacy of the 2010 earthquake, cholera epidemic, food insecurity crisis, and the devastation inflicted by Hurricanes Matthew, Irma, and Maria. The Administration also recently announced its decision to end Temporary Protected
Status Nicaragua and Sudan, imperiling the lives of thousands of people from these countries currently in the United States. These actions run contrary to the historical bipartisan consensus concerning the Temporary Protected Status program and demonstrate
the need for Congress to act to protect the lives of all 300,000 TPS beneficiaries.

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CLOSING THURSDAY: Letter to Safeguard TPS Beneficiaries

On November 20, 2017, Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Elaine C. Duke announced her decision to terminate Haiti’s Temporary Protected Status designation, effective January 5, 2018. As a result, more than 50,000 Haitians will have to return to a country
struggling with the continuing legacy of the 2010 earthquake, cholera epidemic, food insecurity crisis, and the devastation inflicted by Hurricanes Matthew, Irma, and Maria. The Administration also recently announced its decision to end Temporary Protected
Status Nicaragua and Sudan, imperiling the lives of thousands of people from these countries currently in the United States. These actions run contrary to the historical bipartisan consensus concerning the Temporary Protected Status program and demonstrate
the need for Congress to act to protect the lives of all 300,000 TPS beneficiaries.

Read More