We have much to look forward to in this new year. In 2015 we will begin applying for deferred action through the President’s Executive Actions while at the same time defending these programs against attacks. Read more.
Beginning in 2015, the Department of Homeland Security will implement a new Haitian Family Reunification Parole (HFRP) Program.
The Department of Homeland Security has extended Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Nicaraguans and Hondurans for an additional eighteen months through July 5, 2016.Read more.
U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) just published the updated forms and application procedures you can use to renew your DACA. They recommend filing your renewal application about 120 days before your DACA expires. Read more.
As many of you know all too well, deportations continue to tear families apart. The Department of Homeland Security deported 368,644 individuals in FY 2013, as the Obama administration continued its record-breaking levels of immigration enforcement and detention. If the Department of Homeland Security is trying to deport you, there may be legal ways for you to avoid deportation. Read more.
An interactive presentation gives an overview of the U.S. legal immigration system.
As debate about immigration reform continues in Congress, it’s more important than ever for immigrant communities to beware of scams. Even well-meaning helpers can put immigrants at risk of deportation or prevent them from getting a visa or citizenship in the future. The wrong help can hurt. Read more.
If you are one of the approximately 11 million individuals hoping to be eligible for legalization if immigration reform passes this year, there are some things you can do NOW to protect yourself and get ready. Si usted es uno de los 11 milliones de personas que esperan ser elegible para la legalización si hay… Read more.