Great news – Asylum seekers will now receive 5-year work permits!
Renew your work permit before October 26, 2023 to receive a 540 day extension!
Driver’s Licenses for Asylum Seekers
Information for Asylum Seekers about School in the U.S.
Health Care for Asylum Seekers
Food Assistance for Asylum Seekers
General Government Benefits for Asylum Seekers
My immigration court case was “dismissed.” What will happen now?
Asylum seekers can now apply for and renew work permits online!
How to change your address with the government when you move
Some asylum seekers can now apply for asylum online
New Process for Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans, and Venezuelans outside of the United States
Healthcare and childcare workers can ask to receive their work permits faster
USCIS is scheduling interviews for some asylum seekers who applied before 2016!
Many work permits extended for 540 days!
Temporary protected status announced for new countries
Information About How and When to File Your Taxes
If you are past the one year deadline to apply for asylum, you may still be able to apply. An important deadline is coming up on April 22, 2022!
Many immigration court hearings in January 2022 have been delayed
Notice to Report: 60 days to check in with ICE? What are my options?
Take action if USCIS rejected your asylum application because of blank spaces
Can I make my asylum case with USCIS go faster?
CAM Program: Some Immigrants from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras Can Now Apply to Bring Their Children to the United States
MPP, the “Remain in Mexico” Program, Will Restart
Immigration Judges Regain The Ability to Pause Cases
New Monthly Payments for Families Through Child Tax Credit
Judge Blocks New DACA Applications
Two Legal Decisions Help Some Asylum Seekers Fleeing Domestic Violence and Gang Violence
Central American Minors (CAM) Program Will Allow More People to Bring their Children to the United States
Some People Who Were Victims of Crime in the U.S. Can Now Get Work Permits
New Memo About Prosecutorial Discretion in Immigration Court
New Supreme Court Decision Affects Some People with Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
U.S. Government Officially Ends MPP, the “Remain in Mexico” Program
New policy speeds up hearings in immigration court for some cases
Temporary Protected Status announced for Haiti
Resources for asylum seekers seeking employment in the U.S.
Deciding whether to apply for asylum in the United States
Information about Seeking Asylum at the Mexico-U.S. Border
You can now reschedule your USCIS appointments if you might have COVID-19
Information about the COVID-19 vaccine for asylum seekers in the United States
The Central American Minors Program (CAM) Will Start Again
Can asylum seekers receive payments through the new COVID-19 stimulus law?
Immigrants win fight against the expansion of the public charge rule!
How to check for immigration office closures during the COVID-19 pandemic
Some asylum seekers waiting in Mexico under MPP can register to enter the United States
Asylum Application Deadline Extended for Some Asylum Seekers
President Biden tells the government to take action on the border, family separation, and more
Unaccompanied Children and Asylum Seekers Ages 14-17
100-Day Pause on Many Deportations and Other News