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Haiti - TPS : El Salvador calls Honduras and Haiti to join the negotiations
12/02/2018 08:28:07

Haiti - TPS : El Salvador calls Honduras and Haiti to join the negotiations
Friday in Washington after four days of meetings on Capitol Hill to try to convince lawmakers (Republicans and Democrats) to offer an alternative at the end of the Temporary Protection Status (TPS), the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Salvador Hugo Martínez, asked Honduras and Haiti to work together and join the negotiations to try to convince the US Congress to approve a means of permanent residence for all people currently benefiting from TPS and who will be threatened by deportation in less than two years.

"The approach that we adopted in all the meetings concerned all the people covered by the TPS and I sent a note to Honduras and Haiti to join their negotiations efforts in the Congress," declared in Conference Chancellor Martinez adding "We are looking for a solution that ensures the transition from temporary to permanent residence."

Recall that following the decision of the Trump administration not to renew the TPS, 195,000 Salvadorans, 50,000 Hondurans and 58,000 Haitians risk expulsion from US territory in less than 2 years... http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-22759-haiti-flash-tps-more-than-50-000-haitians-will-have-to-leave-the-usa.html

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