Boston, MA – Member organizations of the local chapter of The National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities (NALACC) and the Salvadoran Consulate in Boston remind members of the Salvadoran community who are eligible to renew their Temporary Protected Status (TPS).

Today, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) publicly announced the period of renewal of TPS for Salvadorans. The Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is a temporary immigration status granted to eligible nationals of designated countries. TPS beneficiaries will not be required to leave the United States and may obtain work authorization for the initial TPS period and for any extensions of the designation.

«We are glad that local community organizations will work in collaboration with the Salvadoran government to make sure that all members of the Salvadoran community that are eligible for TPS participate in the process and register for TPS,» declared José Aleman- Salvadoran Consul General in Boston.

«It is very important for us to motivate the members of our community to participate in a proactive way in advocating for a just and humane immigration reform that provides permanent residence to all members of the community, including those present under TPS, as well as undocumented immigrants,» said Patricia Montes, Executive Director of Centro Presente.


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