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Posts From the monthly archives: "January 2018"

Immigration Counseling Service was recently quoted in an article highlighting the need for qualified legal workers to serve immigrant communities in Oregon. An article by Maxine Bernstein in the Oregonian published on January 23 stated: “[I]mmigration lawyers say unqualified and unlicensed people intentionally target vulnerable people who feel their ability to legally remain in…(Read More)

Last week, a Federal Judge in California issued an order to keep the DACA program in place while the Trump administration’s cancellation of the DACA program is being fought in the courts. The order says that those people who have had DACA in the past can apply to renew their DACA under the same…(Read More)

The government announced that it is ending Temporary Protected Status for people from El Salvador in September 2019. Salvadorans with TPS have lived in the United States since before February 2001 but are faced with losing their permission to live and work here after September of next year. Currently the government is not accepting applications…(Read More)