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  • USCIS Rule Strengthens Employment Eligibility Requirements for Asylum Seekers
    USCIS Rule Strengthens Employment Eligibility Requirements for Asylum Seekers

    Effective August 25, 2020, the rules for obtaining employment authorization are changing for asylum applicants. The wait time to file for employment authorization will increase from 150 days to a ...

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  • Immigration Public Charge Rule May Become Stricter Under Trump Administration
    Immigration Public Charge Rule May Become Stricter Under Trump Administration

    In an attempt to restrict legal immigration without Congressional approval, the Trump Administration issued a proposed rule to make changes to immigration regulations concerning the ‘public charge’ ...

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  • Trump proposal would penalize immigrants who use tax credits and other benefits
    Trump proposal would penalize immigrants who use tax credits and other benefits

    An applicant for U.S. citizenship recites the Pledge of Allegiance during a naturalization ceremony at the U.S. courthouse in Tucson. (David Paul Morris/Bloomberg News) https://nyti.ms/2pGYA1c

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  • Trump Ends Temporary Immigration Status for Thousands of Liberians
    Trump Ends Temporary Immigration Status for Thousands of Liberians

    President Trump this month at the White House. On Tuesday, he said in a memo that he was formally ending a program known as Deferred Enforced Departure, which has allowed Liberian immigrants to remain ...

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  • AILA Report
    AILA Report "Cogs in the Deportation Machine" Shows Massive Escalation of Immigration

    https://www.aila.org/infonet/aila-report-cogs-in-the-deportation-machine

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  • What Salvadorians With TPS Should Know Now
    What Salvadorians With TPS Should Know Now

    The termination has been delayed to 9/19/2019. Salvadorian beneficiaries MUST re-register for TPS. Other forms of relief may be available. What Salvadorans With Temporary Protected Status Should Know ...

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