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April 10, 2013, 14-28-40



Administrative Relief Resources

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    Prepare! A federal judge in Texas has delayed Expanded DACA and DAPA from going into effect; he has not cancelled either program. Use this time to get the documents you will need in order.

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    Save your money! You will need to pay a fee once the applications are available, but not before then. Beware of notarios saying something different.

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    Call the right agency! If you have questions bout the administrative relief or your specific situation, call USCIS at 800-375-5283. We do not recommend contacting Border Patrol (CBP) or ICE to get more information about the new rules.

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    Text RELIEF to 69866! We’ll send you information and alerts about relief as they become available. To receive alerts in Spanish, text ALIVIO to 69866 instead.

Looking for more information?

Our friends at Mia – The Movement of Immigrants in America have built a website to help inform immigrants and their families about opportunities for administrative relief and to guide them through the application process.

Click Here to Visit MIA Today!


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