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 BRKING NEWS: TPS TO GREEN CARD, AMERICAN PROMISE ACT BILL AFTER JAN 3.
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NEW HOUSE CONGRESS WILL LIKELY TO ACT ON AMERICAN PROMISE ACT OF 2017 AFTER JAN 3, 2019

THIS BILL  HAS ALREADY CO-SPONSORS  of  124 DEMOCRAT 
TO PASS THE BILL THEY NEED 218
NEW DEMOCRAT HOUSE 234

GOOD LUCK!!!


American Promise Act of 2017: Bill Summary

What would the American Promise Act do?

  • The American Promise Act would allow nationals of El Salvador, Guinea, Haiti, Honduras, Liberia, Nepal, Nicaragua, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen to apply for LPR status if they:
    • Apply within three years of enactment of the bill;
    • Meet LPR admissibility requirements;
    • Have TPS or DED on or before 10/1/2017; and
    • Have been physically in the U.S. for at least three years since the effective date of the bill.
  • Certain provisions in the Immigration and Nationality Act dealing with the inadmissibility of the application would be made inapplicable.
  • The bill makes available waivers of other grounds for inadmissibility where humanitarian, family unit, and public interest concerns are involved.
  • Extreme hardship exceptions may be available for those who cannot meet the physical presence requirement.
  • A person with a prior deportation or voluntary departure order may still apply, but if the LPR status application is denied then the previous order becomes enforceable again.
  • Employment authorization must be issued when applications for LPR status is filed.
  • Spouses, parent and unmarried children of the applicant for LPR status can also apply but must file their application within 3 years of enactment of this bill and are eligible for LPR status if they meet requirements similar to the applicant.
  • Approval of LPR status for TPS holders will not reduce the number LPR slots provided for in the Immigration and Naturalization Act.
  • Those who are from counties that are no longer designated as TPS or DED are not eligible to apply for LPR status unless such designation expires on or after 1/1/2017.
  • The bill also creates certain reporting requirements when a country’s TPS designation is terminated.

How many TPS and DED holders would be eligible to apply for LPR status under the American Promise Act?

  • As of August 2017, TPS re-registrations and DED beneficiaries numbered approximately 325,000. This represents the highest possible number of individuals who could be eligible under the American Promise Act.

TPS Holders Are Valuable Contributors to the United States:

  • TPS holders participate in our economy. TPS holders from El Salvador, Honduras, and Haiti contribute a combined $4.5 billion in pre-tax wages or salary income annually to U.S. gross domestic product and $6.9 billion to Social Security and Medicare over a decade.
  • TPS holders have high rates of labor force participation. 88.5 percent of TPS holders from El Salvador and Honduras are working. Male TPS holders work in the following sectors or occupations: construction and painting (23 percent), driving/deliveries (13.7 percent), cleaning buildings or houses (7.3 percent), gardening (5.4 percent), cooking (3.9 percent), or store clerk (2.5) percent. Female TPS holders work in these sectors or occupations: cleaning buildings or houses (27.9 percent), childcare (6.6 percent), cooking (5.2 percent), clothing manufacturing (4 percent) or store clerk (3.8 percent).
  • TPS holders have established lives throughout the U.S. 30 percent of households with a Haitian, Honduran, or Salvadoran TPS holder have mortgage. The six states with the largest populations of TPS holders from these three countries are California (55,000), Texas (45,000), Florida (45,000), New York (26,000), Virginia (24,000), and Maryland (23,000).
  • TPS holders come from a diverse set of places. In addition to the nearly 300,000 TPS holders from El Salvador, Haiti, and Honduras, current TPS holders also come from Nepal (8,950), Nicaragua (2,550), Somalia (250), South Sudan (70), Sudan (1,040), Syria (5,800), and Yemen (1,000).

Related TopicsRead more about ASPIRE-TPS Act of 2017: Bill Summary




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This is a old news which was published on January 2018 (https://immigrationforum.org/article/american-promise-act-2017-bill-summary/). This bill was introduced on the 115th United States Congress, which didn't pass. The New congress which will form on Jan 3, 2019 will be 116th United States Congress. Lawmakers need to re-introduce this bill again to 116th United States Congress to get the vote from the House.
House(218 of 435)===>Senate(51 of 100)===>President===>Becomes Law.
H.R.4253 - American Promise Act of 2017(https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/4253/text?format=txt)


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@s001 ...YOU ARE SMART BUT NOT SMART Enough

HERE IS THE NEW NEWS AS OF NOV 24, 2018...THE ATLANTIC..

https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2018/11/democrats-are-divided-immigration-reform/576457/

This week more than 300 organizations signed a letter urging the Democratic-controlled House to move forward on legislation that would provide a path to citizenship for recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (daca) program, undocumented immigrants who arrived in the United States as minors, and for holders of temporary protected status (TPS), those who have been displaced by natural disasters, armed conflicts, or other events.


 
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Democrats need to show immigrants how powerful they are for 2020

So, liberal media is suggestion what they should do for immigration policy...

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/opinion-democrats-immigration-lame-duck_us_5bf48d09e4b0771fb6b3aa9e


Immigrants and their advocates have an opportunity now to devise an approach that allows for an actual negotiation between Republicans and Democrats ― perhaps in the form of a bipartisan compromise that allows a segment of the immigrant population (like Dreamers and TPS holders) to be set free from constant deportation fears via legislation that grants them a pathway toward legal permanent residency and eventual citizenship.


 
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Another good news for TPS holder,



https://www.colorlines.com/articles/democrats-create-immigration-plan-response-trump

Nov 20, 2018

Democrats Create Immigration Plan in Response to Trump





 
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TEMPORARY PROTECTED STATUS - GOOD LUCK

Nov 27, 2018

US Democrats Aim To Move Forward With Serious Immigration Reform - Senator Sanders



When the Democratic Party takes control of the US House of Representatives in January, Congress should be able to move forward with comprehensive immigration reform, Senator Bernie Sanders said in an interview on Tuesday.



https://www.urdupoint.com/en/world/us-democrats-aim-to-move-forward-with-serious-490293.html

 
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@ sexy: house ma basne haru tera uncle ra aunty haru hoon ki k ko sari ??
 
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