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USCIS Launches Safer Travel Document for Immigrants with “Green Card”

The Office of Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) reported on the launch of a new Travel Document, which must be used by immigrants and refugees under certain conditions. “In order to prevent the alteration, falsification and fraud of secure documents, we will begin to produce a new, even more secure United States Travel Document on October 24,” the authority said in a statement, where it explained that it is a booklet similar to a US passport, but it serves dual purposes. It should be remembered that this document is used…

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US government extends TPS to 6 countries

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS)  announced on Friday the extension of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for 6 countries until January 4, 2021. Immigrants from Haiti, Honduras, Nepal, Nicaragua, Sudan and El Salvador will benefit from the extension of this program. In the case of El Salvador, the extension was announced a few days before.  The president of the Central American country Nayib Bukele took advantage of the news to present it as an achievement of his administration. “We are very happy to announce that today in Washington DC we signed…

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