Corte permite a Trump terminar con TPS para inmigrantes de El Salvador, Nicaragua, Haití y Sudán


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Con una decisión de 2 a 1, la Corte de Apelaciones del Noveno Circuito avaló al Gobierno del presidente Donald Trump terminar el Estatus de Protección Termporal ( TPS ) para El Salvador, Nicaragua, Haití y Sudán, que afectará a unos 300,000 inmigrantes y sus familias.

“El panel anuló una orden judicial preliminar que prohibía implementación de decisiones de rescisión de designaciones del Estatus de Protección Temporal (TPS) de Sudán, Nicaragua, Haití y El Salvador, y en prisión preventiva”, indica la opinión de la jueza Consuelo Callahan.

El panel de jueces encontró que un juez federal de California que decidió mantener el programa tomó una decisión extrema para bloquear la terminación de este programa que otorga perdón de deportación y Autorización de Empleo .

“El Tribunal de Distrito abusó de su discreción para concluir que los Demandantes presentaron al menos serias dudas sobre los méritos de su protección”, indica la opinión sobre la demanda Ramos v. Wolf .

Te aseguro que estarán mejor en sus países.:. Vamos a colapsar económicamente

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ojala que hayan ahorrado mucho dinero.

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Unos se iran …otros no …y otros emigraran en otro lado …

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Bukele habia logrado un acuerdo con Trump hace 10 meses para extender solo a El Salvador el TPS hasta el 2022, lo mas afectados son los otros paises porque no tienen un presidente como Nayib. A partir del miuto 3 Bukele explica las fechas.

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Para mi que todos se quedan,si trump pierde las eleciones los inmigrantes van a tener una mejor oportunidad…

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Dicen que a todos ellos le dieron hasta el 2021,pero si siempre pasa lo mismo despues le dan mas tiempo…

Trump ganara las elecciones…

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Yo pienso que no va a ganar por su comportamiento y racismo…

Sabes que pasa que los seguidores de Bernie están muy molestos con el DNC y ya dijeron que no iban a votar por Biden… y Bernie movió mucha gente

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Los republicanos moderados del partido republicano van a votar por biden…

:joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy:

Deme un ejemplo la mejoría que han tenido los inmigrantes con los Presidents Demócratas por ejemplo Obama los primeros dos años fue mayoría Senado y Congreso y que dieron nada ellos siempre utilizan la amnistía para jugar con los inmigrantes cuando se quiere dar algo se da Obama aprobó el Obama care sin los Republicanos pq fue mayoría q por cierto ese Obama care es una tremenda basura ahora ya q usted siempre tira solo a un lado y no es parejo traiga todo lo q han dado los Republicanos a los inmigrantes se los voy a enumerar
1– AMNISTIA Ronald Reagan Republicano
2– LEY NACARA Republicanos impulsada por Lincoln Diaz Balart
3– TPS igual impulsada por Lincoln Diaz Balart
no cree q hay q ser justos no solo escribir a lo loco
que han echo los Demócratas nada absolutamente nada el único que siempre quiso hacer algo y cuanto peleo fue Luis Gutierrez y jamás los de su partido se aliaron a el asi que lea la historia por eso no entiendo pq siempre arremeter contra el partido Republicano q odian a los inmigrantes si asi fuera nunca hubieran echo nada para ellos y total esos votos de esos de la amnistia son para los Demócratas hasta mal agradecidos salieron por eso jamas creeré una mentira a los Demócratas gracias a Dios yo vine a este pais a trabajar por lo mío sin esperar de ningún politico llámese Republicano o Demócratas

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@junior2020

Yo no creo que declararan ganador en la noche de las elecciones porque los Democratas les estan diciendo a toda su gente que voten por correo, para ver si pueden crear caos, ademas tienen de su lado a todo el establecimiento de los canales de television incluyendo a Fox. Les recomiendo a todos que guarden comida,papel de inodoro y que se preparen porque parece que se armara la tangana hassta que lleguen a la Suprema corte y decian como paso en el 2000, este caos durara minimo hasta Enero.

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@junior2020

Tu ques estas obsecionado con el tema racial y con Trump esta cancion me recordo a ti.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NnzPEyTpByU

1– AMNISTIA Ronald Reagan Republicano

Romano L. Mazzoli was a Democratic representative from Kentucky and Alan K. Simpson was a Republican senator from Wyoming who chaired their respective immigration subcommittees in Congress. Their effort was assisted by the recommendations of the bipartisan Commission on Immigration Reform, chaired by Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, then President of the University of Notre Dame.

These sanctions would apply only to employers who had more than three employees and did not make a sufficient effort to determine the legal status of their workers.

The first Simpson–Mazzoli Bill was reported out of the House and Senate Judiciary Committees. The bill failed to be received by the House, but civil rights advocates were concerned over the potential for abuse and discrimination against Hispanics, growers’ groups rallied for additional provisions for foreign labor, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce persistently opposed sanctions against employers.

The second Simpson-Mazzoli Bill eventually reached both chambers in 1985 but fell down on the cost issue in the conference committee. That year was a major turning point for attempts to change. Workplace resistance to workplace fines started to subside, partially owing to the law’s “affirmative protection” provision, which expressly freed employees from the duty to verify the validity of workers’ records.

Also, agricultural employers shifted their focus from opposition to employer sanctions to a concerted campaign to secure alternative sources of foreign labor. As opposition to employer sanctions waned and growers’ lobbying efforts for extensive temporary worker programs intensified, agricultural worker programs began to outrank employer sanctions as the most controversial part of reform.

US President Ronald Reagan did not make immigration a major focus of his administration. However, he came to support the package of reforms sponsored by Simpson and Mazzoli and signed the Immigration Reform and Control Act into law in November 1986.[1] Upon signing the act at a ceremony held beside the newly-refurbished Statue of Liberty, Reagan said, "The legalization provisions in this act will go far to improve the lives of a class of individuals who now must hide in the shadows, without access to many of the benefits of a free and open society. Very soon many of these men and women will be able to step into the sunlight and, ultimately, if they choose, they may become Americans.

2– LEY NACARA Republicanos impulsada por Lincoln Diaz Balart

Fue una ley bipartidista…

3– TPS igual impulsada por Lincoln Diaz Balart

fue otra ley bipartidistica…

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https://www.miamiherald.com/news/politics-government/article245735115.html

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Republicans block attempt to pass TPS for Venezuelans weeks before Election Day

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SEPTEMBER 16, 2020 06:00 AM , UPDATED SEPTEMBER 16, 2020 07:24 PM

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Senate Republicans blocked a proposal to fast-track a bill to grant Venezuelans in the United States Temporary Protected Status. The bill was led by Democratic senators Bob Menendez of New Jersey and Dick Durbin of Illinois. BY C-SPAN

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Republicans blocked a proposal Wednesday by Democrats in the U.S. Senate to fast-track a bill that would grant Venezuelans in the United States Temporary Protected Status, the latest attempt to appeal to Venezuelans in Florida seven weeks before Election Day.

Two Democratic senators, Bob Menendez of New Jersey and Dick Durbin of Illinois, attempted to pass a bill that would have granted TPS to Venezuelans — allowing them to live and work legally in the U.S. for a limited time without threat of deportation — through a process in the Senate called unanimous consent. The move, which is essentially a voice vote, bypasses usual Senate procedure and provides a speedy way to pass legislation, but it fails if one senator opposes it.

South Dakota Republican Sen. John Thune blocked the bill’s passage on behalf of Utah Republican Sen. Mike Lee.

“This is a serious mistake and deadly mistake for these Venezuelans,” Durbin said in response to Thune’s objection.

After the bill was blocked, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden criticized Republicans. Biden said Venezuela’s humanitarian crisis under Nicolás Maduro’s leadership caused millions to leave the country and justifies the need for TPS.

“Republicans continue to prove all their tough talk on Maduro is nothing but empty words,” Biden said in a statement. “Time and again, when it comes to taking real action, President Trump and his Republican allies have failed to support the Venezuelan people. As president, I will immediately grant TPS to Venezuelans already in the United States.”

The TPS bill was authored by Florida members of Congress from both sides of the aisle: Republican Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, from Miami, and Democratic Rep. Darren Soto, from Kissimmee.

Menendez said the effort, though largely symbolic, helps to spotlight an issue that President Donald Trump could fix. “The fact of the matter is we have 200,000 Venezuelans who are currently in the U.S. and essentially at risk of deportation,” he said. “The president has all the authority he needs in the world to provide TPS and he hasn’t, so we’re trying to act.”

Menendez said a federal court decision on Monday that overturned a lower court’s temporary injunction to prevent Trump from terminating TPS for countries like Haiti blunts arguments from Republicans like Florida Sen. Rick Scott that TPS isn’t temporary and can extend for decades. Honduran and Nicaraguan nationals were granted TPS in 1999 after the two countries were devastated by Hurricane Mitch. Haiti was granted TPS in 2011 after the 2010 earthquake.

Scott attempted to pass a conservative overhaul of the Temporary Protected Status system in September 2019 in exchange for extending TPS to Venezuelans, but Democrats blocked the effort.

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“We presented an alternative that Democrats have blocked,” Scott spokesperson Chris Hartline said. “The politics internally in the Senate is still complicated. It doesn’t seem like there’s going to be much of a resolution.”

In a statement, Durbin said Democrats were forced to bring up the bill again on the floor because Republicans have no interest in using normal procedure to debate and vote on TPS.

“Despite the chest thumping to audiences in Florida about taking on the Venezuelan dictatorship, President Trump has, in fact, turned his back on Venezuelans in the U.S. in need of protection,” said Durbin, who also spoke with Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó ahead of Wednesday’s action. “Since the White House wouldn’t act, more than one year ago the House passed a bipartisan bill granting TPS to Venezuelans. But the Majority Leader [Mitch McConnell] still refuses to bring up any bill that might displease President Trump.”

Immigration advocates in Miami on Tuesday said the federal court decision means the future of TPS for Venezuelans and other countries will be decided on Election Day, when voters choose the president. There were about 400,000 Venezuelans living in the U.S. as of 2018, according to the Migration Policy Institute, though many have become naturalized citizens. TPS is for non-citizens.

“There is no question about it, TPS is on the ballot on Nov. 3,” Miami Democratic Rep. Donna Shalala said during a virtual press conference with the Family Action Network Movement on Tuesday. “We’ve got to tell our friends and neighbors that decency and opportunity is on the ballot on Nov. 3. This decision is outrageous.”

The Biden campaign on Tuesday called the court decision “senseless.”

“This is senseless and a stark reminder that Donald Trump is willfully tearing families apart and sending TPS holders back to devastating conditions for the sole purpose of pursuing his racist, anti-immigrant agenda,” Biden’s national Latino media director Jennifer Molina said in a statement. “TPS recipients and their families, whether from Nicaragua, Haiti, or any country affected by this inhumane decision, should be assured that Joe Biden will continue to fight for a fair, humane, and orderly immigration system that is defined by compassion, not cruelty.”

Marleine Bastien, a Haitian activist whose Family Action Network Movement is a plaintiff in a TPS lawsuit filed in New York, echoed Shalala’s sentiments. She said advocates like her will continue to fight on behalf of the estimated 400,000 TPS holders affected by Monday’s court decision and will continue to urge Florida Sens. Marco Rubio and Scott “to put their action where their mouths are and support TPS recipients.”

Rubio and Scott support TPS for Venezuelans, but other Republicans in the Senate and the Trump administration have refused to take action on the issue.

“We ask Sen. Rubio and Sen. Scott to raise their voices on behalf of the people who have TPS, raise their voices on behalf of the families of those with TPS so that we can find a permanent solution for these people and their children,” Bastien said in Creole during the call.

Under the decision, the earliest any of the TPS holders from Nicaragua, Sudan or Haiti would be affected would be March. Nationals of El Salvador wouldn’t find themselves in deportation proceedings until November.

The case is one of several TPS-related lawsuits against the Trump administration in the U.S. federal courts. Haitians currently are protected by another temporary injunction, this one issued last year by U.S. District Judge William F. Kuntz of the Eastern District of New York. In a 145-page federal ruling that the administration has since appealed, Kuntz issued a nationwide temporary injunction preventing DHS from terminating TPS for Haitians.

Kuntz said 50,000 to 60,000 Haitians and their U.S.-born children would suffer “irreparable harm” if the legal protection ended and they were forced to return to a country that is not safe.

“This administration could grant TPS on its own, but it refuses,” Durbin said. “Senate Republicans could pass the bipartisan House bill to grant Venezuelans TPS, but they also refuse. So let everyone be clear where the real failure to help Venezuelans in the U.S. rests.”

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Trump hace rato que perdio,las trampas que quiere hacer con la ayuda de rusia y con la ups no le van a trabajar esta vez…

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