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  • Joint Letter on Employment Eligibility Requirements for Asylees and Refugees(509 KB - 4/3/2014)
    Joint Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR)/OSC letter on employment eligibility requirements for asylees, refugees and other populations served by ORR, indicating that in most cases, the special humanitarian populations served by ORR have the right to work. Letter supersedes ORR State Letter #01-30.
    AILA Doc. No. 14040341.
  • EOIR Claim Form for ABT Settlement(4593 KB - 3/20/2014)
    EOIR claim form for class members of the ABT, et al v. USCIS agreement related to asylum applicants and EAD eligibility. Class members who believe they were denied relief under Section III of the ABT settlement agreement can use this form to submit claims with EOIR and USCIS.
    AILA Doc. No. 14032043.
  • OSC Flyer on Employment Rights for DACA Recipients(1045 KB - 2/20/2014)
    OSC flyer on employee rights of DACA recipients, including how to tell if an employer is being discriminatory, if a DACA status must be disclosed, and how DACA status might affect E-Verify. Also included is contact information if discrimination needs to be reported to DOJ.
    AILA Doc. No. 14022048.
  • OSC TAL on Requesting Additional Documentation During Internal Audit(545 KB - 2/11/2014)
    A 12/30/13 Technical Assistance Letter (TAL) stating that during an internal I-9 audit, an employer should not request to see originally presented documents or alternative documents solely because photocopies are unclear or because documents originally presented were not photocopied.
    AILA Doc. No. 14021143.
  • OSC TAL on Acceptability of Driver Authorization/Driver Privilege Cards for I-9 Purposes(583 KB - 2/11/2014)
    A 2/7/14 Technical Assistance Letter (TAL) on the use of driver authorization or driver privilege cards for I-9 purposes, cautioning against concluding that someone is not employment authorized based on a perception that a document is “statistically issued to predominately undocumented individuals.”
    AILA Doc. No. 14021142.
  • EOIR Virtual Law Library (1/13/2014)
    EOIR Virtual Law Library provides Board precedents and related court documents, including the Board citation, Board holding, and Court response. Page is updated on an ongoing basis.
    AILA Doc. No. 14011352.
  • EOIR Publishes “Phase I Guidance” Regarding Protections for Detained, Unrepresented Aliens Who May Be Mentally Incompetent (1/2/2014)
    EOIR’s final “Phase I Guidance” regarding its nationwide plan to provide protections to detained unrepresented aliens who may be mentally incompetent to represent themselves.
    AILA Doc. No. 13123160.