317,000 Immigrants Have Lost Temporary Protective Status (TPS)

By Rondell Treviño, Founder, The immigration Project

200,000 Salvadorans.

57,000 Hondurans.

46,000 Haitians.

9,000 Nepalis.

4,000 Liberians.

2,500 Nicaraguans.

1,000 Sudanese.

Roughly 317,000 immigrants from six countries who were permitted to legally reside in the United States over the past thirty years now have their Temporary Protective Status (TPS) taken away.

For the Honduran TPC community, 53,500 U.S. Citizen children could be separated from their parents or be taken to a country they have never known.

I understand that TPS is temporary due to the hardships in their home countries, but these individuals have created a life in the United States for years and make the US better. Not to mention, children don’t deserve to be separated from their family.

Each one of these individuals are people to love, not problems to solve. Sadly, however, President Trump’s administration has treated them as problems.

Church, let us pray! Pray! Pray!


The immigration Project inspires the Church to view Immigration and love Immigrants the way God intended.

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