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Briefings: Next Steps for Temporary Protected Status

 

November 29th Briefing (Haiti)

On Nov. 29, CLINIC held a briefing to discuss the status of TPS for Haiti and upcoming TPS decisions for other nationalities.CLINIC shared resources and heard from you on how these decisions impact TPS holders, CLINIC affiliates and communities.

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November 9th Briefing (Honduras and Nicaragua)

On Nov. 6, the administration delivered decisions on Temporary Protected Status, or TPS, for Honduras and Nicaragua. The administration terminated TPS for Nicaragua, with the last day of status being Jan. 5, 2019. A six-month TPS extension was put in place for Honduras (until July 5, 2018) due to the administration’s inability to make a decision for the country by the Nov. 6 deadline. These decisions affect 60,000 TPS holders and their families. Listen to this CLINIC briefing for a discussion on what the recent decisions mean for TPS holders, CLINIC affiliates and communities.

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