New York federal judge blocks Trump administration from ending TPS for Haitians
For Planning Purposes: April 15, 2019
Contact: Rhenie Dalger at email@example.com or 786-280-9062
Faith, community leaders, and TPS recipients applaud the judge’s decision to block the Trump administration unlawful decision to terminate TPS for Haitians
WHO: Community Leaders, TPS Recipients and families.
WHAT: Press Conference to celebrate the judge's decision and demand permanent solution.
WHEN: April 15, 2019, at 10:45 a.m.
WHERE: 100 NE 84th ST, Miami, FL, 33138
MIAMI - In a 145-page federal ruling, U.S. District Judge William F. Kuntz of the Eastern District of New York issued a nationwide temporary injunction preventing DHS from terminating Temporary Protected Status, TPS, for Haitians. Kuntz said 50,000 to 60,000 Haitians and their U.S.-born children would suffer “irreparable harm” if the legal protection ended and they were forced to return to a country that is not safe.
The following is a statement from Marleine Bastien, Executive Director of Family Action Network Movement:
"Family Action Network Movement in collaboration with the National Immigration Project, Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti, Haiti Justice, Haiti Liberte, Ira Kurzban, Mayor Brown and other plaintiffs are celebrating this victory. The Trump Administration termination of TPS was motivated by racism not by facts. We will continue to fight to find a permanent solution for all TPS recipients."
FANM's mission is to empower low to moderate income families socially, financially, and politically and to give them the tools to transform their communities.