If you already obtained a Travel Document under DACA, your document is still valid until its expiration date. However, USCIS has the authority to revoke or terminate an advance parole document at any time. We recommend you seek legal representation and have an attorney who can be at the airport once you arrive in case you have any issues re-entering.
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Angela Fernandez is the executive director of the Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights. She will be honored at the 2017 City Limits gala on September 19 as the winner of our Community Beacon award. https://citylimits.org/2017/09/08/daca-what-those-who-have-it-and-those-who-want-it-need-to-know-now/#new_tab
The day President Donald Trump announced he would end DACA was a busy day for Angela Fernandez, executive director of the Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights. She had about 300 New Yorkers to advise — and reassure.
Fernandez is a lawyer and immigration advocate who has helped some of the estimated 42,000 New Yorkers here without legal status who were protected by President Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. DACA allowed those individuals to come out of the shadows and work or go to school. Fernandez’s staff sent an email to all the immigrants they’d worked with, and then began the painful process: calling each one. http://www.amny.com/opinion/columnists/mark-chiusano/new-yorkers-take-to-the-streets-to-protest-donald-trump-s-decision-to-end-daca-1.14113661#new_tab
“We in upper Manhattan — Harlem, Washington Heights and Inwood — we are a power, we are a united and powerful people,” said NMCIR Director Angela Fernández. “Here we have demonstrated the love we have for immigrants and for human beings. Here we are going to continue fighting so no one will boot any of our relatives here.” http://www.manhattantimesnews.com/rising-in-the-heightsclamor-en-el-alto/#new_tab
"In seeking out citizenship, Lora turned to a local resource: the Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights (NMCIR), which recently launched “Citizenship Thursdays,” during which assistance with naturalization applications is provided to residents – at no cost." / "En la búsqueda de la ciudadanía, Lora se dirigió a un recurso local: la Coalición del Norte de Manhattan por los Derechos de los Inmigrantes (NMCIR por sus siglas en inglés), la cual recientemente lanzó los “jueves de ciudadanía”, durante los cuales brinda ayuda a los residentes con sus solicitudes de naturalización sin costo alguno." http://www.manhattantimesnews.com/minos-motivation-la-motivacion-de-mino/#new_tab
"Angela Fernández, Executive Director of the Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights, said, “It’s wonderful that the Chancellor is leveraging the immigrant background of the students.” / Ángela Fernández, directora ejecutiva de la Coalición del Norte de Manhattan por los Derechos de los Inmigrantes, dijo: “Es maravilloso que la canciller esté aprovechando el origen inmigrante de los estudiantes." http://www.manhattantimesnews.com/fit-for-a-queen-justo-para-una-reina/#new_tab
"The organizations behind the project are the Kathryn O. Greenberg Immigration Justice Clinic at Cardozo Law School, the Center for Popular Democracy, the Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights, the Vera Institute of Justice and Make the Road New York. They are ultimately seeking to provide representation for all indigent immigrants living in New York who have been detained and are facing deportation in immigration courts in New York City; Batavia, N.Y.; Newark; and Elizabeth, N.J. — an annual population of about 2,450." http://www.nytimes.com/2013/11/07/nyregion/new-help-for-poor-immigrants-who-are-in-custody-and-facing-deportation.html#new_tab