EADs automatically extended to Jan. 4, 2021 for six TPS-designated countries

DHS automatically extended the validity of Employment Authorization Documents (EADs) listed in the table below issued under the TPS designations for El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Nepal, Nicaragua, and Sudan through January 4, 2021.  EADs with the following expiration dates and a category code of A-12 or C-19 are now valid through January 4, 2021:

07/22/2017    
11/02/2017
01/05/2018
01/22/2018
03/09/2018
06/24/2018
07/05/2018
11/02/2018
01/05/2019
04/02/2019
06/24/2019
07/22/2019
09/09/2019
01/02/2020
01/05/2020
03/24/2020

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