Tag: el salvador

Justice Department Warns Employers Not to Fire Salvadorans with TPS

Important announcement from the Justice Department: The Justice Department announced the launch of an updated educational video reminding employers that Salvadorans with Temporary Protected...

Last Chance for Salvadoran TPS Renewal

Tuesday, Sept. 6, is the last day for Salvadorans with Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to renew their status. Salvadorans were first granted TPS in...

The U.S. needs better policies to help Central American refugees

The United States government needs to better address the root causes that makes millions of Central American families cross the southern border to the...

One Week Left for Salvadorans to Renew Protected Status

There is only a week left for Salvadorans with temporary protected status (TPS) to renew their work authorizations and legal status. Between 5,000 and...

The Reality of War in the Wake of the 1986 San...

Back in 1987, I went to El Salvador on behalf of CARECEN to investigate conditions after the earthquake that had struck the nation. But...

After the 1986 San Salvador Earthquake

In 1986 there was a massive earthquake in El Salvador. Hundreds of people were killed. Together with a group of religious workers, I went...

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