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October 11
10:05 2018

TPS BENEFICIARIES WON’T BE DEPORTED

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Judge Edward Chen, from a San Francisco, California court, blocked the suspension of TPS benefits for El Salvador, Honduras, Haiti, Nicaragua and Sudan. The decision, that will benefit more than 300 thousand people, became effective “immediately.” The termination of those benefit, that was expected in the upcoming months, will cause, according to Chen, an “irreparable damage” to these immigrants and their families, that would have to abandon the U.S.

Termination of TPS for El Salvador was scheduled for September 2018; for Haiti on July 2019; for Nicaragua on January 2019; and for Sudan on November 2nd of this year. The government ordered TPS beneficiaries to prepare their exit from the U.S. or to find a legal alternative to remain in the country. The decision means that these immigrants will be able to remain protected under the TPS program beyond the dates established by the Trump administration.

The Justice Department said the court ruling “usurps the role of the executive” and announced it will continue to enforce immigration laws. Meanwhile, the judge ruled the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is responsible to create a procedure for renewal for TPS beneficiaries from El Salvador, Haiti, Nicaragua y Sudan.

In the hands of USCIS

“I will lose my job if my permit doesn’t get renewed on time. My boss doesn’t understand very well all the back and forth with the courts,” explained a Nicaraguan immigrant who is protected by the program. And she added, “I was getting ready to quit, because this company is very strict with the papers. Now, I don’t know for how much longer I will be able to stay,” she explained.

During the past 19 years, this immigrant who is a TPS beneficiary, always had periods of 90 or 60 days, every 18 months, to renew her permit. USCIS informed in their page that they will soon issue guidelines for the renewal. While that happens, time is running by for thousands of Sudanese immigrants whose permits will expire on November 2nd, and for Nicaraguans, whose permits expire on January 5th, 2019.

The activists say

Pablo Alvarado, director of the National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON), said the organization’s lawyers are ready to carefully observe the process USCIS will implement and hope for it to be expeditious. “One thing TPSians can be assured at the moment is that they can’t be deported. We gained some time, but the battle is not over,” warned Alvarado.

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