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DHS Launches Campaign to Ensure Work-Eligible Non-Citizens Apply for an Employment Authorization Document

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) launched a national outreach campaign targeted at non-citizens who are work-eligible but have not yet applied for an Employment Authorization Document. The campaign will be conducted through text and email notifications from U.S. Customs and Immigration Services.

DHS notes that it has already contacted individuals who have received parole through the new Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Venezuela parole processes or the Uniting for Ukraine parole process, as well as those who have received a Customs and Border Patrol One App appointment or have a pending asylum application, to remind them of their eligibility to apply for a work permit.

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