Parenting Journey stands with Temporary Protected Status recipients

You may have heard that the Trump Administration has made some changes to Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designations for certain countries.

To all those affected by these recent TPS changes — and to all of our immigrant friends and family — I want to be clear: Parenting Journey stands with you. We believe that immigrants make our community stronger and richer. We believe that no one should be forced to return to a country where they may not be safe. We believe that no family should be torn apart on the basis of immigration status. We are here for you.

The federal government announced that it was ending TPS status for Haiti on November 20, 2017 and ending TPS status for El Salvador on January 8, 2018. Both changes include an 18 month delay to give those affected time to explore their options. The government is currently reviewing TPS status for Honduras and we expect a decision soon.

If you think you might be affected, here are some additional resources that may be helpful:

Parenting Journey unequivocally supports the hundreds of thousands of people who have fled dangerous situations, seeking safety in the United States who are now at risk. To our partners and friends involved in efforts to protect and support immigrant families, thank you.

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