The Trump administration has put the lives of over 300,000 people who have been living, working and studying legally in the U.S. for years, some for decades, under TPS (Temporary Protected Status) at risk of deportation by terminating their legal status. This means that long-time, valued members of our community could lose their jobs, homes, be kicked out of classrooms and separated from their loved ones. But Congress can stop that from happening.
Congress must pass legislation that will protect people with TPS and allow them to continue contributing to their communities and our economy.
Take action to protect immigrants. Tweet at your Representative now!
273,000 U.S.-born children of TPS holders could be torn from their parents or sent to a country they do not know and face life-threatening danger. Call 1-888-204-8353 & Tell Congress to act quickly & #ProtectTPS pic.twitter.com/CBVPSQbR8q
People with TPS work in construction, hospitality, landscaping and childcare—they open businesses and own homes. The U.S. stands to lose billions if we lose them from our workforce. Congress must act quickly to #ProtectTPS holders. pic.twitter.com/Vj6nFEjvqL
Click on the name of your representative below to tweet to them. Your tweet will look like this:
People with TPS have legally lived & worked in our state for years and contribute to our communities & economy. @REPHANDLE you MUST #ProtectTPS holders by passing a bill to allow them to stay & work here legally. [customized economic loss graphic in link below]
#ProtectTPS Holders' Children
Across our state, moms and dads with TPS must now make the heartbreaking choice of leaving their American children alone in the US or take them to a dangerous country they do not know. @REPHANDLE, do what’s right! Protect our future, #ProtectTPS holders! [customized children graphic inserted in link below]