The acting Homeland Security Secretary Elaine C. Duke has ruled that like the protected status for Nicaraguans….The same for Hailtians will be ended…..Following the view of her privious boss John Kelley….Their view is that Congress should be passing law to deal with this….
Congress probably won’t since they seem unable to come up with a law to protect the ‘Dreamers’ /DACA children brought to this country illegally that have been following the law and registering ….
Thier numbers are estimated from 500,000 to a million…
The Haitian ‘s involved could be around 60,000….
Duke has the Hatian dedline at July 2019 and the Nicaraguians at January 2019 in hopes that either Congress will deal with the issue or those impacted will try other means to qualify to stay legally in the country…
….Immigration advocates have said it is wrong and unfair to consider sending large numbers of immigrants back to troubled countries, particularly Haiti. A report by the United Nations in January said the country is still mired in poverty and struggling to recover from a legacy of political upheaval and serial disasters, with about 2.5 million people still needing help.
The decision will upend the lives of thousands of Haitians in the U.S., many of whom have taken advantage of their legal status to put down roots, building careers and raising children, many of whom are American citizens.
“This administration has no plan in place for the children who are U.S. citizens but may now lose their parents and caregivers to deportation,” said Amanda Baran of the Washington office of the Immigrant Legal Resource Center, a advocacy group for immigrants.
The group called on Congress to change the law to allow immigrants currently covered by temporary status to stay.
Immigrants affected by the order said they worried for their future….Share on Facebook