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Immigration Under the Trump Administration

– DACA reinstated, at least temporarily!

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Inmigración Bajo la Administración de Trump

– DACA reinstatado, por lo menos temporalmente

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The Trump White House attempted to end DACA on September 5, 2017. Soon after, several states sued in federal court to stop termination of DACA. This past week the court ruled that USCIS must continue to accept certain DACA applications, as detailed below. On Saturday, January 13, 2018 USCIS stated that “until further notice…the DACA policy will be operated on the terms in place before it was rescinded on Sept. 5, 2017.” Please click here to read USCIS’s announcement.

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Temporary Protected Status (TPS) provides work authorization and protection from deportation for citizens of certain countries for humanitarian reasons. The current U.S. administration has ended some TPS programs and is considering ending others soon. The Atlanta immigration attorneys at Antonini & Cohen have five tips to always follow if you have TPS.

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Through the United States Citizenship & Immigration Services (US CIS), you can now request a Social Security Number (SSN) as part of the green card and work permit process. A Social Security Number is only given to immigrants authorized to work in the United States. So if you enter the country as a visitor, you usually aren’t allowed to get a Social Security Number.

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On November 6th the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) made two big announcements regarding the Temporary Protective Status (TPS) program for Nicaragua and Honduras. These announcements are particularly devastating to the almost 60,000 Nicaraguans and Hondurans who reside and live in the United States under TPS. We urge anyone affected by the upcoming terminations to seek a qualified immigration attorney to discuss your options.

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