Política de inmigración durante la transición de la administración presidencial

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Manténgase alerta y conozca sus derechos. Protéjase y proteja a su familia con información confiable.

Restringir la inmigración fue una de las decisiones emblemáticas de la Administración Trump. Sin embargo, con la administración entrante de Biden, esperamos un regreso a políticas más justas y humanas para inmigrantes y refugiados.

Estamos emocionados por esos futuros cambios de política. Pero hasta enero de 2021, las reglas actuales siguen vigentes. Comprender cómo protegerse y proteger el estado migratorio de sus familias durante la próxima transición será crucial en los próximos meses. No sea víctima de estafas, manténgase alerta. 

Haga clic aquí para encontrar información útil y cómo Catholic Charities puede apoyarlo a usted y a su familia.

ENGLISH:

Restricting immigration was one of the Trump Administration’s signature decisions. With the incoming Biden Administration, however, we expect a return to fairer, more humane policies for immigrants and refugees.

We are excited for those future policy changes, but until then, the current rules still stand. Understanding how to protect yourself and your families’ immigration status through the upcoming transition will be crucial in the coming months. Don’t fall victim to scams—stay alert.

Click here to find helpful information and how Catholic Charities can help you and your family.

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