On Wednesday, the U.S. House of Representatives hosted two hearings aimed at exposing the Trump administration’s family separation policies and lifting up the urgency of legislation to protect TPS and DACA recipients. For the first time, the House Judiciary Committee heard from spokesperson and coordinator for the National TPS Alliance, Jose Palma.
On Thursday morning DHS filed a notice that it was automatically extending TPS for El Salvador, Nicaragua, Haiti & Sudan due to the ongoing litigation, Ramos v Nielsen, spearheaded by TPS holders.
On February 12, the National TPS Alliance with the support of NDLON and CARECEN-Los Angeles hosted close to 3,000 people in Washington DC as part of the TPS People’s Summit that included families from all 13 TPS countries across the nation.
TPS Holders from Honduras and Nepal Sue Trump Administration to Prevent Unlawful Deportation of 100,000 People
Six adults with Temporary Protected Status (TPS) and two U.S. citizen children of TPS holders filed a class-action lawsuit today seeking to stop the unlawful termination of TPS for over 100,000 TPS holders from Honduras and Nepal and prevent the separation of tens of thousands of U.S. citizen children from their TPS-holder parents.
On Monday, Ret. Lieutenant Alex Villanueva was sworn in to the office of LA County Sheriff in one of the biggest upsets of the 2018 midterm election. Latin@s and immigrant communities who refused to succumb to the politics of hate and division spewed by the Trump Administration overwhelmingly supported Villanueva as he committed to protecting immigrant communities and significantly curtailing collaboration between ICE and the LASD.
For Immediate Release // Tuesday, October 23, 2018 Contact: Armando Carmona, National TPS Alliance, 323-250-3018, Armando@ndlon.org; ACLU SoCal Communications, (213) 977-5252, firstname.lastname@example.org BREAKING: DHS Submits Plan to Abide by Judge’s Order Blocking TPS Terminations TPS Holders Vow to Continue Fighting for Long-Term Protections in Wake of Temporary Reprieve from the Court for Hundreds of Thousands…
Two Dozen Groups Call Out OC Sheriff Sandra Hutchens & Undersheriff Don Barnes for Siding with Hate Group Against California Law
On Friday morning, a broad coalition of Orange County neighborhood, student, immigrant and civil rights organizations denounced O.C. Sheriff Sandra Hutchens and Undersheriff Don Barnes for siding with President’s Trump’s anti-immigrant policies and for seeking to expand ICE’s capacity to separate families in the county.
Today, federal district judge Edward Chen issued a preliminary injunction blocking the Trump administration’s termination of legal status for beneficiaries of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) from El Salvador, Nicaragua, Haiti and Sudan. The Trump Administration had terminated the legal status for over 300,000 people from these countries who have lived legally in the United States for years or decades—with the earliest terminations due November 2.
For Immediate Release // Please Excuse Cross Posting Sept. 28, 2018 Contact: Armando Carmona, 323-250-3018; email@example.com NDLON Response on Huntington Beach SB-54 Ruling Los Angeles, CA – Yesterday, a state Superior Court judge based in Orange County issued a ruling in a lawsuit filed by the city of Huntington Beach against California’s “Sanctuary State” law,…
On Wednesday, ICE announced an immigration raid in Los Angeles which led to 150 immigration arrests. In their statement, they pointed to SB-54 as a reason for the intensification of these raids.