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Miami-Dade Commissioners Urging 18-month TPS for Haitian Nationals

As November approaches, 24,000 Haitians recipients of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) living in Miami, FL are worried about the Department of Homeland Security’s next TPS decision. Their native country, Haiti, has reeled by a series of natural disasters, including an uncontrolled cholera epidemic that was introduced into the country by the United Nations soldiers right after the 2010 earthquake. These unfortunate events have made it difficult for them to return to Haiti.  The Miami-Dade Commissioners are strongly supporting 18-month  TPS extension and urging Mayor Carlos Gimenez, Senators Marco Rubio and Senator Bill Nelson to appeal to President Donald Trump to extend TPS for   58,000 in the United States. Read full article HERE Miami-Dade Commissioners Ask Trump Not to Deport 24,000 Haitians Isabella Vi Gomes, Miami New Times October 13, 2017 For seven years, thousands of Haitians in Miami have dodged deportation […]

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