National Legal Center for Immigrants
By Charles Wheeler
Salvadorans who have already been granted Temporary Protected Status (TPS) are eligible to live and work in the United States for an additional 18 months and continue to maintain their status. The extension of TPS for nationals of El Salvador was effective from March 9, 2012 and will remain in effect through September 9, 2013. Nationals of El Salvador who have been granted TPS previously must re-register during the current re-registration period, which began January 9, 2012 and will remain in effect through March 12, 2012.
Catholic Charities – Orlando
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Affiliates may find the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) new “Who Can Help Me?” cards (wallet size that cleverly expands into a 8” by 14” paper) in English and Spanish an important resource to distribute to clients. This pocket-sized fold-out flyer teaches consumers how to spot and avoid scams that target immigrants. The resource also provides information on how to report an immigration scam.
Order this resource here.
The Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) is seeking input from U.S.
The USCIS announced that effective January 1, 2012, the filing locations for I-130s will change from the Chicago Lockbox to one of two lockboxes, depending on where they reside in the United States. This new change only affects stand-alone I-130s. Those filing the I-130 together with the I-485 will continue to mail them to the Chicago Lockbox at USCIS, P.O. Box 805887, Chicago, IL 60680-4120. Those residing abroad will continue to file them with the overseas USCIS office having jurisdiction over the area where they live or with the Chicago Lockbox at USCIS, P.O.