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August 26, 1995
The work permits of tens of thousands of Salvadorans living in the Los Angeles area and elsewhere in the United States have been automatically extended for four months, until Jan. 31, the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service announced this week. Affected are 200,000 Salvadorans nationwide, concentrated in Los Angeles, whose working papers are set to expire Sept. 30.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 26, 1995
The work permits of tens of thousands of Salvadorans living in the Los Angeles area and elsewhere in the United States have been automatically extended for four months, until Jan. 31, the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service announced this week. Affected are 200,000 Salvadorans nationwide, concentrated in Los Angeles, whose working papers are set to expire Sept. 30.
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NEWS
January 8, 1995
Immigration and Naturalization Service officials want to make sure that employers know that Salvadorans working under an asylum program have permission to work until Sept. 30. The Deferred Enforced Departure program, which granted temporary asylum to Salvadorans, ended last month, said INS spokesman Rico Cabrera. The program was canceled because the political and human rights situations in El Salvador have improved.
NEWS
January 8, 1995
Immigration and Naturalization Service officials want to make sure that employers know that Salvadorans working under an asylum program have permission to work until Sept. 30. The Deferred Enforced Departure program, which granted temporary asylum to Salvadorans, ended last month, said INS spokesman Rico Cabrera. The program was canceled because the political and human rights situations in El Salvador have improved.
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