IMPACT OF SCOTUS decision on DACA registrants

Although the many people who have benefited from DACA are breathing sighs of relief, it is important to remember that the Court stated the President has the authority to either continue or terminate the DACA program provided he follows the proper procedural channels.

For the sake of the Dreamers and the Nation, this legal limbo must end. Casa de Esperanza urges you to contact your Member of Congress and Senators to urge passage of a real Dreamers Act, one that will respect the sacrifice of many who work on the front lines as caretakers, nurses, paramedics, and other medical personnel and who endanger themselves by caring for the rest of us.

It is an open question whether the program will be open to new registrants or even whether DACA registrants can travel with USCIS authorization. The response of DHS is not heartening.

(6/18/2020)

Aunque muchas personas que se han beneficiado de DACA están teniendo un suspiro de alivio, es importante recordar que el tribunal declaró que el Presidente tiene la autoridad de continuar o terminar el programa DACA, siempre y cuando siga los procedimientos legales adecuados.

Por el bien de los Dreamers y la Nación, esta incertidumbre legal debe terminar. Casa de Esperanza recomienda que contacten a su miembro del congreso y senadores para crear paso a la aprobación de una verdadera ley para los Dreamers, una que respete el sacrificio de muchos de los que trabajan en las líneas de frente como cuidadores, enfermeras, paramédicos y otro personal médico, quienes se ponen en peligro por cuidar de nosotros.

Es una pregunta abierta si el programa de DACA estará abierto para nuevos solicitantes o si beneficiarios del programa pueden viajar con autorización de USCIS. La respuesta del Departamento de Seguridad Nacional “DHS” no es alentadora.
UPDATE ON COVID-19
Casa Esperanza is closely monitoring the situation regarding Covid-19 and following the recommendations of the Center for Disease Control (CDC). Our office is closed to the public but is operational and practicing social distancing as we work on existing and new cases. Our attorneys and legal assistants will continue to work on your cases through telephone and video conferencing over the coming weeks. Casa Esperanza remains committed to providing quality legal services for the community. . We are open 9 AM to 5 PM Monday to Friday. If you have any questions or want to schedule an appointment, please call us at (732) 748-111.


Información de COVID-19
Casa Esperanza está monitoreando de cerca la situación actual del COVID-19, de acuerdo con las recomendaciones del Centro para el Control de Enfermedades (CDC); para detener la propagación de esta enfermedad. Nuestra oficina está cerrada al público pero continua operando y practicando el distanciamiento social atendiendo únicamente citas autorizadas. Nuestros abogados y asistentes legales continuaran trabajando en sus casos mediante consultas telefónicas y video conferencias durante las próximas semanas. Casa Esperanza entiende su situación y por eso estamos comprometidos con nuestro trabajo. Para preguntas o para programar una cita, comuníquese con nuestra oficina al (732)748-1111 de lunes a viernes de 9:00 AM a 5:00 PM.

Effective December 20, 2019, Liberians with physical presence in the United States since November 20, 2014, can file for their lawful permanent residence (green cards). This applies to any Liberian and his or her spouse and unmarried children. You must have evidence of your Liberian nationality (passport or birth certificate)
Check our website for more details to follow.
If you qualify, call Casa de Esperanza and make an appointment: (732) 748-1111



Casa Esperanza is a non-profit organization created to serve immigrants and refugees who need affordable legal, educational and social services, as well as a place to go when they need help.

Our goal is to help immigrants and refugees to understand how the legal system works in the United States and avoid mistakes that can jeopardize their opportunity to have a better life.

Casa Esperanza has provided consultation to over 2000 people, created workshops to the community involving about 900 people and assisted with continuing education and training for 120 people.

Office Hours
Sunday Closed
Monday 10:00am - 6:00pm
Tuesday 10:00am - 6:00pm
Wednesday 10:00am - 6:00pm
Thursday 10:00am - 6:00pm
Friday 8:00am - 4:00pm
Saturday Closed
YOU CAN STILL RENEW YOUR DACA

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PUEDE RENOVAR SU PERMISO BAJO DACA TODAVIA

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