Right now, 60,000 immigrants from Honduras and 9,000 from Nepal
are living in the U.S. without fear of deportation, thanks to Temporary
Protected Status (TPS). The Trump administration is currently deciding whether
to renew TPS and continue protection for these countries.
Most TPS recipients from these countries have jobs and contribute
to the U.S. economy — deporting them would greatly harm us all. It would ignore
the American ideal of welcoming immigrants, result in mass deportations, and
reject the biblical teachings of caring for the stranger and loving our
neighbors. Ending TPS for Nepal and Honduras would rip families apart and send
thousands of people back to unsafe countries.
TPS beneficiaries are our neighbors. They deserve to stay in the
U.S. with their families
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Renew TPS for Honduras and Nepal
Dear [Decision Maker],
As a person of faith, I am called to welcome and care for the stranger and thus urge you to renew Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for the 60,000 Honduran and 9,000 Nepalese beneficiaries who are currently living in the United States. The United States, Nepal, and Honduras have all benefited from the continued extension of TPS. Those from the affected countries have found safety and opportunity, and the United States has benefited economically. TPS beneficiaries have established businesses and families and their drive and success represent the best of American values.By not renewing TPS, we are not only turning our back on American ideals -- we are also neglecting biblical teachings. Terminating TPS would force thousands of families to be cruelly torn apart.I am committed to standing with my sisters and brothers who are already living here because of continued TPS. I hope and pray that you will renew TPS for Honduras and Nepal.
Sincerely,[Your Name] [Your Address] [City, State ZIP][Your Email]
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