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LMU's Immigration Law Student Association hosts an employment authorization workshop in Spanish

Second and third-year law students assisted Cuban parolees in determining whether they were eligible to apply for their employment authorization documents. Unfortunately, the students found that most of the attendees were granted exceedingly small windows under parole status, which effectively rendered them ineligible for an employment authorization document. Without an employment authorization document, immigrants are not entitled to work.

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