Thursday, February 11, 2010

Illegal Haitian Immigrants in US Benefit from Temporary Protected Status (TPS)



VOAVideo: Illegal Haitian Immigrants in US Benefit from Temporary Protected Status (TPS)

The US government has granted special immigration status to Haitians now living illegally in the United States, protecting them from deportation for 18 months and allowing them to work. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano says the US considers the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) measure a form of economic assistance for Haiti. Roxana Romero has more for VOA from Miami, Florida.

1 comment:

Carl Brouard Coquillon said...

Hi!

I'm haitian. I was evacuated with my two children on January 19, 2010. They are both american citizen, but not me and my wife. They are 9 and 3 years old, a boy and a girl. I know that I'm not eligible for TPS, but the fact is I can't leave them alone here and get back to Haiti right now, I can't bring them with me to Haiti in the conditions you know.

My question is : How the US government can help us to work here and tacking care of the kids?

Thank you in advance for what ever the answer it is?

My email adress : carl_bc@yahoo.com, carl_bc@myself.com.

My contact phone number : 954-793-5916