On October 3, 2018, California U.S. District Judge Edward Chen granted a preliminary injunction in the case of Ramos v. Nielsen, preventing the Department of Homeland Security from terminating Temporary Protected Status for El Salvador (scheduled to end on 9/9/19), Haiti (7/22/19), Nicaragua (1/5/19), and Sudan (11/2/18).  The injunction remains in place until the Court lifts it or the lawsuit ends.
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DHS announced that it is extending Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for nationals of Haiti who already hold TPS. TPS allows qualifying individuals to remain and work lawfully in the United States until conditions in their home countries improve. The new extension allows qualifying individuals from Haiti to reapply for TPS and work authorization that will

Hunton & Williams LLP has received The National Law Journal’s 2011 Pro Bono Award, recognizing six law firms that “best reflect the pro bono tradition”  The firm was lauded as one of three law firms that led the profession’s response to the devastating earthquake in Haiti.

Representing Catholic Charities Immigration Legal Services, a Hunton &

USCIS recently announced how the agency will implement the Help HAITI Act of 2010, which authorizes lawful permanent resident status (a “green card”) for orphaned children from Haiti who were paroled into the United States after the January 12, 2010, earthquake under the “Haitian Orphan Parole Program.”  For more details, visit the USCIS’s website on