Author Archives: Jocelyn Trainer

Country Highlight: Nepal

Part VIII of a series on TPS Missed the last blog? Temporary Protected Status holders increasingly fear they will not be permitted to remain in the United States. Within the last year the Trump administration has terminated TPS for four out of the 10 designated countries.  This week TPS for El Salvador was terminated, impacting… Read More

Country Highlights: Central America

Part V of a series on TPS Missed the last blog? On November 6th the Department of Homeland Security announced the end of TPS for Nicaraguan migrants. Following this news, 2,550 Nicaraguans were given notice to prepare for deportation in 12 months. Hondurans were given some respite; the Department of Homeland Security announced an extension… Read More

Should TPS Be Extended?

Part III of a series on TPS Missed the last blog? President Trump was elected in part due to his hardline stance on immigration, such as promising the creation of a border wall and a crackdown on both legal and illegal immigration. Given this context, the Trump Administration’s proposal to end TPS is unsurprising. This… Read More

Who Receives TPS?

Part II of a series on TPS Don’t know what TPS is? Read the first blog post here. As the name suggests, TPS is meant to serve as a provisional legal migration for foreign nationals who cannot return home due to violence, natural disasters, or other extreme circumstances. However, some TPS recipients have called the… Read More

The Lowdown on Temporary Protected Status (TPS)

Part I of a series on TPS In mid-September President Trump’s Administration announced that they are considering ending TPS, and deporting all individuals living in the United States currently protected by TPS. The purpose of this series is to inform the public on this issue. What is Temporary Protected Status? Temporary Protected Status was enacted… Read More