Liberya DED-sa kapab ou fè lè ou DED fini?

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Information about DED for people from Liberia

Information about DED for people from Liberia

High school student Gabrielle Gworlekaju, pa vre, with her mother, DED holder Magdelene Menyongaro, at home in Minneapolis. Photograph by Jared Goyette, courtesy of the Guardian.
High school student Gabrielle Gworlekaju, right, with her mother, DED holder Magdelene Menyongaro, at home in Minneapolis. Photograph by Jared Goyette, courtesy of the Guardian.

DED Liberia – when does my DED expire?

DED Liberia – when does my DED expire?

DED Liberia – the US government has announced that Deferred Enforced Departure (DED) pou moun ki soti nan Liberya te pwolonje jis nan mwa Mas 30, 2020. To find out more, ou kapab:

DED Liberia – the US government has announced that Deferred Enforced Departure (DED) for people from Liberia has been extended until March 30, 2020. To find out more, you can:

If you are a DED holder from Liberia, pwoteksyon ou gen pou l fini nan dat sa a.

If you are a DED holder from Liberia, your protection will end on this date.

Sa k ap rive aprè?

What happens next?

You will need to change your status or leave the United States by March 30, 2020. Si ou fè sa ki pa gen anyen, ou pral risque arèstasyon ak depòtasyon.

You will need to change your status or leave the United States by March 30, 2020. If you do nothing, you will risk arrest and deportation.

Can I still work?

Can I still work?

You are eligible for employment authorization during the transitional period if you:

You are eligible for employment authorization during the transitional period if you:

  • have continuously resided in the United States since Oct. 1, 2002, ak
  • are a current beneficiary under DED for Liberia.
  • have continuously resided in the United States since Oct. 1, 2002, and
  • are a current beneficiary under DED for Liberia.

Do I need a new EAD?

Do I need a new EAD?

EADs with an expiration date of March 31, 2019 are automatically extended for 180 days until Sept. 27, 2019. USCIS is accepting applications for work authorization through March 30, 2020. If you are still eligible for work authorization but your Employment Authorization Document (EAD) has expired or is due to expire, you should file for a renewal.

EADs with an expiration date of March 31, 2019 are automatically extended for 180 days until Sept. 27, 2019. USCIS is accepting applications for work authorization through March 30, 2020. If you are still eligible for work authorization but your Employment Authorization Document (EAD) has expired or is due to expire, you should file for a renewal.

You may request work authorization by filing a Fòm I-765, Aplikasyon pou otorizasyon travay. You can find more details on the USCIS DED information page.

You may request work authorization by filing a Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization. You can find more details on the USCIS DED information page.

What about my employer?

What about my employer?

You may show your expired EAD and a copy of the Federal Register notice to employers or government officials. Employers may rely on the Federal Register notice as evidence that your EAD is still valid.

You may show your expired EAD and a copy of the Federal Register notice to employers or government officials. Employers may rely on the Federal Register notice as evidence that your EAD is still valid.

If your employers have questions about the automatic EAD extension, they may contact:

If your employers have questions about the automatic EAD extension, they may contact:

  • USCIS Form I-9 Support: 888-464-4218 ni ni
  • FI. Depatman lajistis, Immigrant and Employee Rights Section (IER) Employer Hotline: 800-255-8155
  • USCIS Form I-9 Support: 888-464-4218 or
  • U.S. Department of Justice, Immigrant and Employee Rights Section (IER) Employer Hotline: 800-255-8155

If you have questions or concerns yourself about the EAD extension, call the Office of Special Council Employee Hotline at 800-255-7688.

If you have questions or concerns yourself about the EAD extension, call the Office of Special Council Employee Hotline at 800-255-7688.

What if I want to travel?

What if I want to travel?

If you want to travel outside the United States and return before the expiration date, you must file for advance parole. Advance parole gives you permission to leave the United States and return during a specified period. To request advance parole, you must file Fòm I-131, Aplikasyon pou dokiman pou vwayaj.

If you want to travel outside the United States and return before the expiration date, you must file for advance parole. Advance parole gives you permission to leave the United States and return during a specified period. To request advance parole, you must file Form I-131, Application for Travel Document.

What happens when DED Liberia expires?

What happens when DED Liberia expires?

When your DED expires, estati legal ou pral kanpe ankò jan pou sa l' te kanpe devan. You can apply to change your status or you can leave the USA.

When your DED expires, your legal status will go back to what it was before. You can apply to change your status or you can leave the USA.

Kisa m ka fè?

What can I do?

Ou kapab rankontre ak yon avoka

You can meet with a lawyer

Si ou kapab, pi bon bagay pou yo fè se rankontre ak yon avoka. Ou ka jwenn yon avoka a pri ki ba sou ImmigrationLawHelp.com oubyen sou a Anyè legal KLINIK.

If you can, the best thing to do is meet with a lawyer. You can search for a low-cost lawyer on ImmigrationLawHelp.com or on the CLINIC legal directory.

Si yo pa ka ranpli yon avoka nan moun, LegalZoom se yon nap sit entènèt ki pral ba ou yon sèl ti moman onsiltasyon lib ak yon avoka. Sa vle di ou kapab rankontre sou liy pandan yon ti tan ak yon avoka imigrasyon oswa legal oksilyè. Si ou fè sa, pou pi si ou gen kesyon ou pare devan tan ak yon moun pou tradwi pou ou si ou bezwen tout. Apre ou onsiltasyon yon ti moman, yo ap eseye pou ou siyen kòm yon kliyan peye an. Pa siyen yon bagay amwen ke ou gen lajan pou peye pou avoka.

If you cannot meet a lawyer in person, LegalZoom is a reputable website that will give you a one-hour free consultation with a lawyer. This means you can meet online for one hour with an immigration lawyer or legal aide. If you do this, make sure you have all of your questions ready ahead of time and someone to interpret for you if you need. After your one-hour consultation, they will try to have you sign up as a paid client. Do not sign anything unless you have money to pay for the lawyer.

E si mwen pa kapab rankontre ak yon avoka? E si mwen pa kapab se yon avoka?

What if I can’t meet with a lawyer? What if I can’t afford a lawyer?

Nou konnen anpil moun ki pa ka rankontre ak yon avoka. Isit la se plis enfòmasyon pou ede ou konprann divès posiblite. Sa se konsèy pa legal Men olye enfòmasyon pou ede ou konsidere chwa ou.

We know many individuals cannot meet with a lawyer. Here is more information to help you understand your options. This is not legal advice but instead information to help you consider your choices.

Jwenn èd sou liy

Find help online

Immi ede imigran yo konprann opsyon legal yo. Ou ka sèvi ak si yon moun elijib online yo pou nou gide ou pou w te chwazi pi bon. Fè entèvyou immi a pou konnen si ou kalifye pou yon estati imigrasyon diferan. Enfòmasyon legal Immi an ak konsèy oye kay yon espesyalis yo toujou gratis.

Immi helps immigrants understand their legal options. You can use their online screening tool to guide you to your best options. Take the immi interview to see if you qualify for a different immigration status. Immi’s legal information and referral advice are always free.

Ou ka eseye pou chanje estati ou

You can try to change your status

Sèvis imigrasyon ak sitwayènte AMERIKÈN (USCIS) te di:

The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) says:

“This 12-month transitional period of DED allows affected individuals to arrange for their departure from the United States, or seek an alternative lawful immigration status in the United States, if eligible, before DED ends on March 31, 2019."

“This 12-month transitional period of DED allows affected individuals to arrange for their departure from the United States, or seek an alternative lawful immigration status in the United States, if eligible, before DED ends on March 31, 2019.”

Ap aplike pou estati ki pa imigran

Applying for non-immigrant status

You must be eligible to apply. Ou ka aplike pou yon kat green si ou te rantre legalman ak ranpli kondisyon lòt. Sa ka fè paske fanmi ou oswa travay ou. Find out if you are eligible and how to aplike pou sitwayènte.

You must be eligible to apply. You may apply for a green card if you entered lawfully and meet other requirements. These may be because of your family or your job. Find out if you are eligible and how to apply for citizenship.

Ap aplike pou estati pwoteksyon lòt

Applying for other protected status

Some DED holders may be able to stay in the United States under special visas. Genyen viza pou moun ki viktim nan trafik imen, ank battue, timoun oubyen paran yo ak lòt kalite krim viktim.

Some DED holders may be able to stay in the United States under special visas. There are visas for victims of human trafficking, battered spouses, children or parents and victims of other crimes.

Si ou se yon fanm epi ou kwè ou ta ka kalifye pou yon viza espesyal paske vyolans, abi oubyen yon lòt rezon, ou ka kontakte a Asile azil politik defans pwojè.

If you are a woman and think you might qualify for a special visa because of violence, abuse or another reason, you can contact the Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project.

Sa ki pwal pase si mwen rete nan peyi a san dokiman? (E si mwen tounen yon imigran ilegal?)

What will happen if I stay in the country without documents? (What if I become an illegal immigrant?)

Si ou rete nan peyi a san dokiman, ou pran/seye chans ki pou yo depòte li oubyen te arete. Isit la se yon paj ak plis enfòmasyon pou ede ou konprann dwa ou a epi ki sa pou yo fè si ou arete.

If you stay in the country without documents, you risk being deported or arrested. Here are some pages with more information to help you understand your rights and what to do if you are detained.

Èske w konnen dwa w? Resous fasil-pou-sèvi ak sa yo sou sitiyasyon yo diferan te kreye sou ACLU a pou ou ka gen dwa ou nan portée ou.

Do you know your rights? These easy-to-use resources about different situations were created by the ACLU so you can have your rights at your fingertips.

Arabik, Angle, Panyòl, Somali, Oudou, Mandaren, Fwansè, Lang peyi Lend, Punjabi pale lòt lang. Manuels pou imigran ki LGBTQ, granmoun, ak non pitit.

Arabic, English, Spanish, Somali, Urdu, Mandarin, French, Hindi, and Punjabi languages. Manuals for LGBTQ immigrants, adults, and unaccompanied children.

How to contact the Embassy of Liberia in the United States

How to contact the Embassy of Liberia in the United States

Ou ka jwenn peyi nou an Etazini anbasad sit entènèt isit la. The embassy will post updates about DED on its home page.

You can find your country’s US embassy website here. The embassy will post updates about DED on its home page.

Adrès la nan anbasad la se 5201 16th Street N.W., Washington DC 20011.

The address of the embassy is 5201 16th Street N.W., Washington DC 20011.

Nimero telefòn se: (202) 723-0437.

The phone number is: (202) 723-0437.

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