Urge Congress to pass legislation with a path to permanent residency for TPS and DACA holders!

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BREAKING NEWS (February 8, 2021): Senator Chris Van Hollen reintroduces the #SECUREAct in the Senate to provide current TPS recipients with a path to permanent residency.

Contact your Representatives and Senators. Let them know you are a constituent and that “I support the #SECUREAct, Dream and Promise Act, and other legislation to guarantee a path to permanent residency for all TPS holders.” To find your elected officials: https://www.usa.gov/elected-officials 

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December 9, 2020: TPS for El Salvador, Haiti, Nicaragua, Sudan, Honduras, and Nepal has been extended until 10/04/2021. EADs (work permits) will be automatically extended. 

TPS holders: 
1. Click to download documents for your employer or DMV: English or Spanish.
2. For a consultation with EBSC, please fill out this form
3. If you have other questions, you may call our EBSC hotline (510-646-8484 M, T, W, F from 10 am – noon) 

what is tps?

Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is a provisional designation granted to immigrants in the U.S. who cannot return to their home countries due to violence, natural disasters, epidemics, or other extraordinary circumstances. Since the early 1990s, TPS has allowed holders to legally work in the U.S. Many have been in the country for decades due to multiple extensions.

Video: The Importance of TPS
Video: Keep TPS Families Together

What is DACA?

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is a U.S. immigration policy created in 2012 that provides temporary relief from deportation and work authorization to certain young undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children. DACA has enabled almost 800,000 eligible young adults to work lawfully, attend school, and plan their lives without the constant threat of deportation, usually to an unfamiliar country. Unlike federal legislation, however, DACA does not provide permanent legal status and must be renewed every two years. In 2017, the Trump administration rescinded the 2012 DACA memorandum and announced a “wind down” of DACA. On January 9, 2018, a federal judge blocked the administration’s termination of DACA. The U.S. Supreme Court is due to rule soon on President Trump’s 2017 order. 


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