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Standing United for TPS on Capitol Hill

Standing United for TPS on Capitol Hill
September 12-13, 2018
Washington, D.C.

August 14, 2018
By Family Action Network Movement (FANM)

Family Action Network Movement (FANM) and Florida Immigrant Coalition (FLIC) invite you to join us on September 12-13 for our “Standing United for TPS on Capitol Hill” in Washington, DC.

During this gathering, TPS recipients from Haiti, Honduras, Salvador, Nicaragua et al….will meet with Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle to advocate for family reunification and protection for 300,000 TPS recipients, and more than 275,000 U.S. born children. Temporary Protected Status (TPS) provides safety and protection to thousands of immigrants who are unable to return home due to potentially dangerous situations in their native countries including armed conflicts, natural /political disasters, gang violence, and other extraordinary circumstances. The Trump administration has terminated TPS disregarding mandatory statutory criteria and procedures.

In order to prevent a potential human rights crisis as the current one that is unfolding at the border where children are separated from their families, TPS holders, faith/community leaders, and elected officials will meet with lawmakers to advocate for TPS families together.

Thank you for your interest in joining us in Washington, DC, on September 12-13 to make our voices heard in Congress.

Sign up today!
Click Here to register.


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