REMINDER FOR TEMPORARY PROTECTED STATUS (TPS) RECIPIENTS FROM EL SALVADOR AND HAITI: Re-register NOW to maintain your TPS!  For TPS recipients from El Salvador and Haiti, the re-registration deadline is March 19, 2018Click here for more info.

RECORDATORIO PARA LOS BENEFICIARIOS DEL ESTATUS DE PROTECCIÓN TEMPORAL (TPS) DE EL SALVADOR Y HAITÍ
: ¡Regístrese nuevamente AHORA para mantener su TPS!  Para los beneficiarios de TPS de El Salvador y Haití, la fecha límite para la reinscripción es el 19 de marzo del 2018Haga clic aquí para más información.
 
WONDERING WHAT THE JUDGE’S DECISION ON DACA REPEAL MEANS FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY?  After a judge temporarily blocked DACA repeal, USCIS has resumed accepting DACA renewal requests.  Any DACA recipient who can request renewal should do so immediately.  Click here to find out how to file a renewal application.  (USCIS is not accepting requests from individuals who have never before been granted deferred action under DACA.)

¿SE ESTÁ PREGUNTANDO QUÉ SIGNIFICA LA DECISIÓN DEL JUEZ SOBRE LA REVOCACIÓN DE DACA PARA USTED Y SU FAMILIA? 
Después de que un juez bloqueó temporalmente la derogación de DACA, USCIS ha reanudado la aceptación de solicitudes de renovación para DACA.  Cualquier beneficiario de DACA que pueda solicitar una renovación debe hacerlo de inmediato.  Haga clic aquí para informarse cómo presentar una solicitud de renovación.  (USCIS no está aceptando aplicaciones de individuos que nunca antes se les ha otorgado una acción diferida bajo DACA.)

PROTECT YOURSELF AND YOUR FAMILY FROM THE EFFECTS OF THE EQUIFAX DATA BREACH: The Federal Trade Commission has details on what to do.

PROTÉJASE Y A SU FAMILIA CONTRA LOS EFECTOS DE LA VIOLACIÓN DE DATOS DE EQUIFAX: La Comisión Federal de Comercio tiene detalles sobre qué hacer.

RIGHTS UNDER THE U.S. CONSTITUTION FOR OUR IMMIGRANT FAMILIES AND NEIGHBORS: Read this information about immigrants’ rights under the law.

DERECHOS BAJO LA CONSTITUCIÓN DE LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS PARA NUESTRAS FAMILIAS Y VECINOS INMIGRANTESLea esta información sobre los derechos de los inmigrantes bajo la ley.
 
MIDWINTER NEWSLETTER: Take a look at my latest newsletter, which gives my email subscribers a look at the hard work I’ve been doing for my 40th District constituents!  If you’d like to receive updates like this, please subscribe to my email list.
 
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Rep. Roybal Allard On Facebook

On this Day of Remembrance for Japanese Incarceration, we reflect on the 1942 signing of Executive Order 9066, which led to the detention of over 120,000 Americans based solely on their Japanese ancestry. As we remember this horrific act of bigotry and injustice, we must recommit to always opposing prejudice and oppression in all their forms. Let us never tire in our fight to secure and safeguard civil liberties and social justice for all.

Rep. Roybal Allard On Facebook

Honored to visit #SouthLA's historic Second Baptist Church of Los Angeles, the oldest African American Baptist Church in Southern California! The church, which played an important role in the Civil Rights Movement, will celebrate 133 years of uninterrupted Los Angeles service this May. Our tour, conducted in celebration of #AfricanAmericanHistoryMonth, was led by Church Historian/Archivist Dr. Lorn Foster, a Professor of American Government and Politics at Pomona College.

Rep. Roybal Allard On Facebook

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