Re-Registration Period Now Open for Temporary Protected Status for Yemen

If you have Temporary Protected Status (TPS) under Yemen’s designation and want to maintain your TPS through March 3, 2020, re-register by October 15, 2018.

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Immigration Services Available for Those Affected by California Wildfires

If you are affected by the California wildfires, USCIS officers may be able to help you with your immigration case.

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Re-Registration Period Now Open for Temporary Protected Status for Somalia

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced today that current beneficiaries of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) under Somalia’s designation who want to maintain their status through the 18-month extension period ending on March 17, 2020, must re-register between Aug. 27, 2018, and Oct. 26, 2018.

Re-registration procedures, including how to renew employment authorization documents (EADs), have been published in the Federal Register.

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The Rule That Could Threaten Your Green Card

‘Legal immigrants come to the U.S. under a wide array of circumstances — some in comfort, others in desperation. But time and again, even the poorest and least-educated among them manage to work their way out of hardship and realize their American dream.

Making that process more difficult, by punishing striving immigrants for arriving without ample means, runs counter to American history and values. It also represents a threat to U.S. prosperity, which depends on the ingenuity and labor of immigrants to power the economy and pay the taxes that sustain social services.’

The Rule That Could Threaten Your Green Card

 

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“In El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras – and in Mexico, gang-related violence, organized crime, extortion, poverty and limited access to quality education and social services are part of daily life for millions of children,” the report says, adding that, “stricter border control measures do not effectively deter irregular migration but do increase the unnecessary suffering of migrants.”

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