What you hear if you call USCIS today:
“Thank you for calling U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services or USCIS. Para español, oprima el número dos. To ensure a high quality of service, we record our calls.
You are likely eligible to apply for an Employment Authorization Document, EAD, to legally work in the United States if you were recently paroled into the United States and that parole remains valid or you applied for asylum and that application has been pending for at least 150 days. If you have not already started the EAD application process, you can begin by creating a USCIS account online, and filing Form I-765. USCIS will mail your work permit to the address you provided in your application if your application is approved. If necessary, you can file a paper application for Form I-765 instead. Visit USCIS.gov/I-765.
DHS has announced new Family Reunification Parole Processes for certain nationals from Columbia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Ecuador and their immediate family members who have approved family based petitions filed on their behalf by a U.S. Citizen or lawful permanent resident. For more information, please visit USCIS.gov/FRP. At any time during this call say “Privacy Notice” to listen to our Privacy Act Notice. I can understand complete sentences. So tell me, how can I help you?”