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Exclusive: Exclusive: A true leader of masses, Jersey City Councilman Michael Yun died of Coronavirus infection who had fundraised thousands of dollars for Nepal’s earthquake victims. His humanitarian act of kindness will be never forgotten by Nepali community. He was also supporting of Jersey City Council’s work on passing Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Resolutions twice for Nepali residing in the United States in 2015 and 2018. Councilman Yun was also big part of the historic Flag Raising for Nepal Ceremony by City of Jersey City and Mayor Stephen M. Fulop. Jersey City has become the first U.S. city to host historic Nepal Flag Raising Ceremony in City Hall Chamber and to hoist the Nepal flag on its building on Friday, June 30, 2017. He was also supportive of City Council‘s historic Sister City Council Resolution on December 19, 2018 paving the path for Jersey City and Nepal’s Indrawati to become the first ever Sister City from modern Nepal in the world.
TPS Resolution for Nepal’s Earthquakes Victims family in United States
Councilman Michael Yun had worked with the leadership and initiative of Council President Rolando Lavarro Jr., Mayor Steven M Fulop’s Advisor of Diversity & Inclusion Board Dr. Bishnu Maya Pariyar, Jersey City Council had passed Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Resolutions twice for Nepali residing in the United States in 2015 and 2018 which greatly helped grant the TPS by Department of Homelamd Security. More than 14,000 TPS holder Nepalis benefited in USA. Jersey City was the first and only U.S. city to pass such resolution.