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We have just learned  that the current administration has terminated Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for citizens of El Salvador, effective September 9, 2019.  While not surprising in light of the rhetoric and action coming from the White House, the Attorney General, and the Department of Homeland Security, this is a disappointing decision for the citizens of a country ravaged by natural and other disasters, many of whom have been in the United States working, paying taxes, and otherwise living productive, law-abiding lives for years and years.

Click here for the Washington Post's initial report.

For our part, we will offer initial case assessments at no charge to any current Salvadoran TPS-holder in order to explore viable legal immigration alternatives.  Email info@immigsolutions.com, subject-line "El Salvador TPS Consult Request" to schedule a 30-minute appointment.