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    Hello , i have a Haitian friend who's here illegaly.He's been here for a while and wants to know what is needed to apply for the work permit?

    4 years ago , he applied for Asylum but was denied and served deportation paper , but never left.

    He wants to know what document is needed to file for this work permit?

    He recently lost his passport and I.D cards , but he still has his birth certificate and the asylum immigration document that was given to him..

    He wants to know whether those documents are enought to get approve for this work permit?

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    Hello , i have a Haitian friend who's here illegaly.He's been here for a while and wants to know what is needed to apply for the work permit?

    4 years ago , he applied for Asylum but was denied and served deportation paper , but never left.

    He wants to know what document is needed to file for this work permit?

    He recently lost his passport and I.D cards , but he still has his birth certificate and the asylum immigration document that was given to him..

    He wants to know whether those documents are enought to get approve for this work permit?

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    • #3
      I would like to ask a question too regarding my wife.
      I'm a citizen but my wife applied for asylum she denied now as the gorv. gives TPS she became qualify.
      although she got there in US illegaly.

      can i ajusted her status to become a permanante Resident? please help

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      • #4
        The Senate has already brought up the prospects of TPS for those Haitians who are in the US without status. Let's hope they don't drag their feet and do something about it rapidly.

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        • #5
          Update - Haitian nationals in the USA have been granted TPS for 18 months. Full story:

          http://globalvoicesonline.org/...ry-protected-status/

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          • #6
            To help the victims, use your cell phone and text Haiti to 90999. This will send $10 and your cell carrier will put the charge on your next bill.

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