Haiti’s TPS status is set to expire in January 2018. A group of Florida lawmakers introduced a bill that would provide a path to permanent residency for Haitians enrolled in TPS.
Haiti’s TPS status is set to expire in January 2018. A group of Florida lawmakers introduced a bill that would provide a path to permanent residency for Haitians enrolled in TPS. Bryan Cereijo
Haiti’s TPS status is set to expire in January 2018. A group of Florida lawmakers introduced a bill that would provide a path to permanent residency for Haitians enrolled in TPS. Bryan Cereijo

South Florida lawmakers propose a path to legal status for Haitian TPS recipients

October 31, 2017 03:14 PM

UPDATED October 31, 2017 09:32 PM

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