Temporary Protected Status Holders Protest Trump

TPS Lawsuit: Immigrants & Allies March to Protest Trump Attempt to Deport 400,000 Temporary Protected Status and Long-Term Residents

March to Precede Hearing on Appeal of Ninth District Court Decision that Temporarily Blocked Cancellation of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) 

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PASADENA, CA — On August 14, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals will hear a Trump administration challenge to a preliminary injunction – issued by a federal court last year — that prevented the Department of Homeland Security from terminating Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for 300,000 people from El Salvador, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Sudan. TPS holders and their children won the injunction in the case, Ramos v. Nielsen, based on substantial evidence that racial bias motivated the decision to terminate temporary protected status protections.

A separate case, Bhattarai v. Nielsen, challenges the termination of TPS for 100,000 people from Nepal and Honduras. The government agreed to put those terminations on hold pending the outcome of the Ramos appeal.

Before the Ramos v. Nielsen court hearing begins, TPS holders and their families — plus union members and other supporters — will march to the courthouse to defend the rights of those with TPS and urge congressional action to grant permanent protections to TPS holders.

WHAT: March and press conference before a hearing on a government challenge to a preliminary injunction handed down by a court to halt temporary protected status terminations.

WHEN: August 14, 2019


March begins at 7am at All Saints Church, 132 Euclid Ave., Pasadena. 

Press Conference begins at 8am at U.S. Court of Appeals, 125 S. Grand Ave, Pasadena.

Hearing begins at 9am at U.S. Court of Appeals, 125 S. Grand Ave., Pasadena.

WHO: Speakers and marchers will include temporary protected status holders and family members; attorneys from NDLON, the ACLU Foundation of Southern California, Sidley Austin LLP, members of the National TPS Alliance, CARECEN-LA, Asian Americans Advancing Justice, Working Families United, Adhikaar, Haitian Bridge Alliance, African Communities Together, and UNITE-HERE.

LAWSUIT INFORMATION: https://www.nationaltpsalliance.org/tps-lawsuit/.

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Mark Melin
Mark Melin is an alternative investment practitioner whose specialty is recognizing a trading program’s strategy and mapping it to a market environment and performance driver. He provides analysis of managed futures investment performance and commentary regarding related managed futures market environment. A portfolio and industry consultant, he was an adjunct instructor in managed futures at Northwestern University / Chicago and has written or edited three books, including High Performance Managed Futures (Wiley 2010) and The Chicago Board of Trade’s Handbook of Futures and Options (McGraw-Hill 2008). Mark was director of the managed futures division at Alaron Trading until they were acquired by Peregrine Financial Group in 2009, where he was a registered associated person (National Futures Association NFA ID#: 0348336). Mark has also worked as a Commodity Trading Advisor himself, trading a short volatility options portfolio across the yield curve, and was an independent consultant to various broker dealers and futures exchanges, including OneChicago, the single stock futures exchange, and the Chicago Board of Trade. He is also Editor, Opalesque Futures Intelligence and Editor, Opalesque Futures Strategies. - Contact: Mmelin(at)valuewalk.com

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