[Federal Register Volume 81, Number 190 (Friday, September 30, 2016)]
[Notices]
[Pages 67366-67371]
From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office [www.gpo.gov]
[FR Doc No: 2016-23798]


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DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

[CIS No. 2591-16; DHS Docket No. USCIS-2011-0014]
RIN 1615-ZB60


Filing Procedures for Employment Authorization and Automatic 
Extension of Existing Employment Authorization Documents for Liberians 
Eligible for Deferred Enforced Departure

AGENCY: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Department 
of Homeland Security (DHS).

ACTION: Notice.

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SUMMARY: On September 28, 2016, President Obama issued a memorandum to 
the Secretary of Homeland Security

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(Secretary), Jeh Charles Johnson, directing him to extend for an 
additional 18 months the deferred enforced departure (DED) of certain 
Liberians and to provide for work authorization during that period. The 
DED extension runs from October 1, 2016 through March 31, 2018. This 
Notice provides instructions for eligible Liberians on how to apply for 
the full 18-month extension of employment authorization. Finally, this 
Notice provides instructions for DED-eligible Liberians on how to apply 
for permission to travel outside the United States during the 18-month 
DED period.
    USCIS will issue new employment authorization documents (EADs) with 
a March 31, 2018 expiration date to Liberians whose DED has been 
extended under the Presidential Memorandum of September 28, 2016, and 
who apply for EADs under this extension. Given the timeframes involved 
with processing EAD applications, DHS recognizes that not all DED-
eligible Liberians will receive new EADs before their current EADs 
expire on September 30, 2016. Accordingly, through this Notice, DHS 
also automatically extends the validity of DED-related EADs for 6 
months, through March 31, 2017, and explains how Liberians covered 
under DED and their employers may determine which EADs are 
automatically extended and their impact on Employment Eligibility 
Verification (Form I-9) and E-Verify processes.

DATES: The 18-month extension of DED is valid through March 31, 2018. 
The 6-month automatic extension of employment authorization for 
Liberians who are covered under DED, including the extension of their 
EADs as specified in this Notice, is effective on October 1, 2016, and 
expires on March 31, 2017.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
     You can contact Guillermo Roman-Riefkohl, TPS Program 
Manager at the Waivers and Temporary Services Branch, Service Center 
Operations Directorate, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, 
Department of Homeland Security, 20 Massachusetts Avenue NW., 
Washington, DC 20529-2060; or by phone at 202-272-1533 (this is not a 
toll-free number).

    Note: The phone number provided here is solely for questions 
regarding this Notice. It is not for individual case status 
inquiries.

     For further information on DED, including guidance on the 
application process and additional information on eligibility, please 
visit the USCIS DED Web page at http://www.uscis.gov/humanitarian/temporary-protected-status/deferred-enforced-departure. You can find 
specific information about DED for Liberians by selecting ``DED Granted 
Country: Liberia'' from the menu on the left of the DED Web page.
     Applicants seeking information about the status of their 
individual cases can check Case Status Online, available at the USCIS 
Web site at http://www.USCIS.gov, or call the USCIS National Customer 
Service Center at 1-800-375-5283 (TTY 1-800-767-1833). Service is 
available in English and Spanish.
     Further information will also be available at local USCIS 
offices upon publication of this Notice.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

Table of Abbreviations

DED--Deferred Enforced Departure
DHS--Department of Homeland Security
EAD--Employment Authorization Document
FNC--Final Nonconfirmation
OSC--Department of Justice, Office of Special Counsel for 
Immigration-Related Unfair Employment Practices
SAVE--USCIS Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements Program
Secretary--Secretary of Homeland Security
TNC--Tentative Nonconfirmation
TPS--Temporary Protected Status
TTY--Text Telephone
USCIS--U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

Presidential Memorandum Extending DED for Certain Liberians

    Pursuant to his constitutional authority to conduct the foreign 
relations of the United States, President Obama has determined that 
there are compelling foreign policy reasons to again extend Deferred 
Enforced Departure (``DED'') to Liberian nationals who are currently 
residing in the United States under the existing grant of DED. The 
President accordingly directed that Liberian nationals (and eligible 
persons without nationality who last resided in Liberia) who are 
physically present in the United States, have continuously resided in 
the United States since October 1, 2002, and who remain eligible for 
DED through September 30, 2016, be provided DED for an additional 18-
month period. See Presidential Memorandum--Deferred Enforced Departure 
for Liberians, September 28, 2016 (``Presidential Memorandum'') at 
https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2016/09/28/presidential-memorandum-deferred-enforced-departure-liberians. Note that only 
individuals who held Temporary Protected Status (TPS) on September 30, 
2007, the date that a former TPS designation of Liberia terminated, are 
eligible for DED, provided they have continued to meet all other 
eligibility criteria established by the President. The President also 
directed the Secretary to implement the necessary steps to authorize 
employment authorization for eligible Liberians for 18 months, from 
October 1, 2016 through March 31, 2018.

Employment Authorization and Filing Requirements

How will I know if I am eligible for employment authorization under the 
Presidential Memorandum that extended DED for certain Liberians for 18 
months?

    The DED extension and the procedures for employment authorization 
in this Notice apply only to Liberian nationals (and persons without 
nationality who last habitually resided in Liberia) who:
     Are physically present in the United States;
     Have continuously resided in the United States since 
October 1, 2002; and
     Are under a grant of DED as of September 30, 2016.
    The above eligibility criteria are described in the Presidential 
Memorandum. Only individuals who held TPS on September 30, 2007, the 
date that a former TPS designation of Liberia terminated, are eligible 
for DED under this extension, provided they have continued to meet all 
other eligibility criteria established by the President. This DED 
extension does not include any individual:
     Who would be ineligible for TPS for the reasons provided 
in section 244(c)(2)(B) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, 8 
U.S.C. 1254a(c)(2)(B);
     Whose removal the Secretary determines is in the interest 
of the United States;
     Whose presence or activities in the United States the 
Secretary of State has reasonable grounds to believe would have 
potentially serious adverse foreign policy consequences for the United 
States;
     Who has voluntarily returned to Liberia or his or her 
country of last habitual residence outside the United States;
     Who was deported, excluded, or removed prior to September 
26, 2014; or
     Who is subject to extradition.

What will I need to file if I am covered by DED and would like to have 
evidence of employment authorization?

    If you are covered under DED for Liberia, and would like evidence 
of your employment authorization during the 18-month extension of DED, 
you must apply for an EAD by filing an Application for Employment 
Authorization (Form I-765). USCIS will begin accepting these 
applications on

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September 30, 2016. Although this Notice automatically extends DED-
related EADs that have a printed validity date of September 30, 2016, 
for an additional 6 months through March 31, 2017, if you would like 
evidence of your continued employment authorization through March 31, 
2018, you must file an Application for Employment Authorization (Form 
I-765) as soon as possible to avoid gaps in work authorization. Please 
carefully follow the Application for Employment Authorization (Form I-
765) instructions when completing the application for an EAD. When 
filing the Application for Employment Authorization (Form I-765), you 
must:
     Indicate that you are eligible for DED by putting 
``(a)(11)'' in response to Question 16 on Application for Employment 
Authorization (Form I-765);
     Include a copy of your last Notice of Action (Form I-797) 
showing that you were approved for TPS as of September 30, 2007, if 
such copy is available. Please note that evidence of TPS as of 
September 30, 2007, is necessary to show that you were covered under 
the previous DED for Liberia through September 30, 2016; and
     Submit the fee for the Application for Employment 
Authorization (Form I-765).
    The regulations require individuals covered under DED who request 
an EAD to pay the fee prescribed in 8 CFR 103.7 for the Application for 
Employment Authorization (Form I-765). See also 8 CFR 274a.12(a)(11) 
(employment authorization for DED-covered aliens); and 8 CFR 274a.13(a) 
(requirement to file EAD application if EAD desired). If you are unable 
to pay the fee, you may apply for an application fee waiver by 
completing a Request for Fee Waiver (Form I-912) or submitting a 
personal letter requesting a fee waiver, and providing satisfactory 
supporting documentation.

How will I know if USCIS will need to obtain biometrics?

    If biometrics are required to produce the secure EAD, you will be 
notified by USCIS and scheduled for an appointment at a USCIS 
Application Support Center.

Where do I submit my completed Application for Employment Authorization 
(Form I-765)?

    Mail your completed Application for Employment Authorization (Form 
I-765) and supporting documentation to the proper address in Table 1.

                       Table 1--Mailing Addresses
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                If . . .                          Mail to . . .
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You are applying through the U.S.        USCIS, Attn: DED Liberia, P.O.
 Postal Service.                          Box 6943, Chicago, IL 60680-
                                          6943.
You are using a non-U.S. Postal Service  USCIS, Attn: DED Liberia, 131
 delivery service.                        S. Dearborn 3rd Floor,
                                          Chicago, IL 60603-5517.
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Can I file my Application for Employment Authorization (Form I-765) 
electronically?

    No. Electronic filing is not available when filing Application for 
Employment Authorization (Form I-765) based on DED.

Extension of Employment Authorization and EADs

May I request an interim EAD at my local USCIS office?

    No. USCIS will not issue interim EADs to individuals eligible for 
DED under the Presidential Memorandum at local offices.

Am I eligible to receive an automatic 6-month extension of my current 
EAD through March 31, 2017?

    You are eligible for an automatic 6-month extension of your EAD if 
you are a national of Liberia (or person having no nationality who last 
habitually resided in Liberia), you are currently covered by DED 
through September 30, 2016, and you are within the class of persons 
approved for DED by the President.
    This automatic extension covers EADs issued on the Employment 
Authorization Document (Form I-766) bearing an expiration date of 
September 30, 2016. These EADs must also bear the notation ``A-11'' on 
the face of the card under ``Category.''

When hired, what documentation may I show to my employer as proof of 
employment authorization and identity when completing Employment 
Eligibility Verification (Form I-9)?

    You can find a list of acceptable document choices on the ``Lists 
of Acceptable Documents'' for Employment Eligibility Verification (Form 
I-9). You can find additional detailed information on the USCIS I-9 
Central Web page at http://www.uscis.gov/I-9Central. Employers are 
required to verify the identity and employment authorization of all new 
employees by using Employment Eligibility Verification (Form I-9). 
Within 3 days of hire, an employee must present proof of identity and 
employment authorization to his or her employer.
    You may present any document from List A (reflecting both your 
identity and employment authorization), or one document from List B 
(reflecting identity) together with one document from List C 
(reflecting employment authorization). You may present an acceptable 
receipt for List A, List B, or List C documents as described in the 
Employment Eligibility Verification (Form I-9) Instructions. An EAD is 
an acceptable document under ``List A.'' Employers may not reject a 
document based on a future expiration date.
    If your EAD has an expiration date of September 30, 2016, and 
states ``A-11'' under ``Category,'' it has been extended automatically 
for 6 months by virtue of this Federal Register Notice, and you may 
choose to present your EAD to your employer as proof of identity and 
employment authorization for Employment Eligibility Verification (Form 
I-9) through March 31, 2017 (see the subsection titled ``How do my 
employer and I complete the Employment Eligibility Verification (Form 
I-9) using an automatically extended EAD for a new job?'' for further 
information). To minimize confusion over this extension at the time of 
hire, you may also show your employer a copy of this Federal Register 
Notice confirming the automatic extension of employment authorization 
through March 31, 2017. As an alternative to presenting your 
automatically extended EAD, you may choose to present any other 
acceptable document from List A, a combination of one selection from 
List B and one selection from List C, or a valid receipt.

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What documentation may I show my employer if I am already employed but 
my current DED-related EAD is set to expire?

    Even though EADs with an expiration date of September 30, 2016 that 
state ``A-11'' under ``Category'' have been automatically extended for 
6 months by virtue of this Federal Register Notice, your employer will 
need to ask you about your continued employment authorization by 
September 30, 2016 to meet its responsibilities for Employment 
Eligibility Verification (Form I-9) compliance. You should explain to 
your employer that USCIS has automatically extended your EAD through 
March 31, 2017. Your employer may need to reinspect your automatically 
extended EAD to check the expiration date and code and to record the 
updated expiration date on your Employment Eligibility Verification 
(Form I-9) if he or she did not keep a copy of this EAD when you 
initially presented it. However, your employer does not need a new 
document to reverify your employment authorization until March 31, 
2017, the expiration date of the automatic extension. Instead, you and 
your employer must make corrections to the employment authorization 
expiration dates in Section 1 and Section 2 of Employment Eligibility 
Verification (Form I-9) (see the subsection titled ``What corrections 
should my current employer and I make to Employment Eligibility 
Verification (Form I-9) if my EAD has been automatically extended?'' 
for further information). In addition, you may also show this Federal 
Register Notice to your employer to explain what to do for Employment 
Eligibility Verification (Form I-9).
    By March 31, 2017, the expiration date of the automatic extension, 
your employer must reverify your employment authorization. At that 
time, you must present any document from List A or any document from 
List C on Employment Eligibility Verification (Form I-9) to reverify 
employment authorization, or an acceptable List A or List C receipt 
described in the Employment Eligibility Verification (Form I-9) 
Instructions. Your employer should complete either Section 3 of the 
Employment Eligibility Verification (Form I-9) originally completed for 
the employee or, if this Section has already been completed or if the 
version of Employment Eligibility Verification (Form I-9) has expired 
(check the date in the upper right-hand corner of the form), complete 
Section 3 of a new Employment Eligibility Verification (Form I-9) of 
the most current version. Note that employers may not specify which 
List A or List C document employees must present, and cannot reject an 
acceptable receipt.

Can my employer require that I produce any other documentation to prove 
my status, such as proof of my Liberian citizenship?

    No. When completing Employment Eligibility Verification (Form I-9), 
including re-verifying employment authorization, employers must accept 
any documentation that appears on the ``Lists of Acceptable Documents'' 
for Employment Eligibility Verification (Form I-9) that reasonably 
appears to be genuine and that relates to you, or an acceptable List A, 
List B, or List C receipt. Employers may not request documentation that 
does not appear on the Lists of Acceptable Documents for Employment 
Eligibility Verification (Form I-9). Therefore, employers may not 
request proof of Liberian citizenship when completing Employment 
Eligibility Verification (Form I-9) for new hires, making corrections, 
or reverifying the employment authorization of current employees. If 
presented with EADs that have been automatically extended, employers 
should accept such EADs as valid List A documents so long as the EADs 
reasonably appear to be genuine and to relate to the employee. Refer to 
the Note to Employees section of this Notice for important information 
about your rights if your employer rejects lawful documentation, 
requires additional documentation, or otherwise discriminates against 
you based on your citizenship or immigration status, or your national 
origin.

What happens after March 31, 2017, for purposes of employment 
authorization?

    After March 31, 2017, employers may no longer accept the EADs that 
were issued under the previous DED extension of Liberia that this 
Federal Register Notice automatically extended. Before that time, 
however, USCIS will endeavor to issue new EADs to eligible individuals 
covered by DED who request them. These new EADs will have an expiration 
date of March 31, 2018, and can be presented to your employer for 
completion of Employment Eligibility Verification (Form I-9). 
Alternatively, you may choose to present any other legally acceptable 
document or combination of documents listed on the Lists of Acceptable 
Documents for Employment Eligibility Verification (Form I-9).

How do my employer and I complete Employment Eligibility Verification 
(Form I-9) using an automatically extended EAD for a new job?

    When using an automatically extended EAD to fill out Employment 
Eligibility Verification (Form I-9) for a new job prior to March 31, 
2017, you and your employer should do the following:
    1. For Section 1, you should:
    a. Check ``An alien authorized to work'';
    b. Write your alien number (USCIS number or A-number) in the first 
space (your EAD or other document from DHS will have your USCIS number 
or A-number printed on it; the USCIS Number is the same as your A-
number without the A prefix); and
    c. Write the automatically extended EAD expiration date (March 31, 
2017) in the second space.
    2. For Section 2, employers should record the:
    a. Document title;
    b. Document number; and
    c. Automatically extended EAD expiration date (March 31, 2017).
    By March 31, 2017, employers must reverify the employee's 
employment authorization in Section 3 of Employment Eligibility 
Verification (Form I-9).

What corrections should my current employer and I make to Employment 
Eligibility Verification (Form I-9) if my EAD has been automatically 
extended?

    If you are an existing employee who presented a DED-related EAD 
that was valid when you first started your job, but that EAD has now 
been automatically extended, your employer may need to reinspect your 
automatically extended EAD if your employer does not have a copy of the 
EAD on file, and you and your employer should correct your previously 
completed Employment Eligibility Verification (Form I-9) as follows:
    1. For Section 1, you should:
    a. Draw a line through the expiration date in the second space;
    b. Write ``March 31, 2017'' above the previous date;
    c. Write ``DED Ext.'' in the margin of Section 1; and
    d. Initial and date the correction in the margin of Section 1.
    2. For Section 2, employers should:
    a. Draw a line through the expiration date written in Section 2;
    b. Write ``March 31, 2017'' above the previous date;
    c. Write ``DED Ext.'' in the margin of Section 2; and
    d. Initial and date the correction in the margin of Section 2.

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    By March 31, 2017, when the automatic extension of EADs expires, 
employers must reverify the employee's employment authorization in 
Section 3.

If I am an employer enrolled in E-Verify, what do I do when I receive a 
``Work Authorization Documents Expiring'' alert for an automatically 
extended EAD?

    E-Verify has automated the verification process for employees whose 
DED was automatically extended in a Federal Register notice. If you 
have an employee covered under DED who provided a DED-related EAD when 
he or she first started working for you, you may receive a ``Work 
Authorization Documents Expiring'' case alert when the auto-extension 
period for this EAD is about to expire. By March 31, 2017, you must 
reverify employment authorization in Section 3 of the Employment 
Eligibility Verification (Form I-9). Employers should not use E-Verify 
for reverification.
Note to All Employers
    Employers are reminded that the laws requiring proper employment 
eligibility verification and prohibiting unfair immigration-related 
employment practices remain in full force. This Notice does not 
supersede or in any way limit applicable employment verification rules 
and policy guidance, including those rules setting forth reverification 
requirements. For general questions about the employment eligibility 
verification process, employers may call USCIS at 888-464-4218 (TTY 
877-875-6028) or email USCIS at [email protected]. Calls and emails 
are accepted in English and many other languages. For questions about 
avoiding discrimination during the employment eligibility verification 
process (I-9 and E-Verify), employers may also call the U.S. Department 
of Justice, Office of Special Counsel for Immigration-Related Unfair 
Employment Practices (OSC) Employer Hotline, at 800-255-8155 (TTY 800-
237-2515), which offers language interpretation in numerous languages, 
or email OSC at [email protected].
Note to Employees
    For general questions about the employment eligibility verification 
process, employees may call USCIS at 888-897-7781 (TTY 877-875-6028) or 
email at [email protected]. Calls are accepted in English, Spanish and 
many other languages. Employees or applicants may also call the OSC 
Worker Information Hotline at 800-255-7688 (TTY 800-237-2515) for 
information regarding employment discrimination based upon citizenship, 
immigration status, or national origin, including discrimination 
related to Employment Eligibility Verification (Form I-9) and E-Verify. 
The OSC Worker Information Hotline provides language interpretation in 
numerous languages.
    To comply with the law, employers must accept any document or 
combination of documents from the List of Acceptable Documents if the 
documentation reasonably appears to be genuine and to relate to the 
employee, or an acceptable List A, List B, or List C receipt described 
in the Employment Eligibility Verification (Form I-9) Instructions. 
Employers may not require extra or additional documentation beyond what 
is required for Employment Eligibility Verification (Form I-9) 
completion. Further, employers participating in E-Verify who receive an 
E-Verify case result of ``Tentative Nonconfirmation'' (TNC) must 
promptly inform employees of the TNC and give such employees an 
opportunity to contest the TNC. A TNC case result means that the 
information entered into E-Verify from Employment Eligibility 
Verification (Form I-9) differs from Federal or State government 
records.
    Employers may not terminate, suspend, delay training, withhold pay, 
lower pay, or take any adverse action against an employee based on the 
employee's decision to contest a TNC or because the case is still 
pending with E-Verify. A Final Nonconfirmation (FNC) case result is 
received when E-Verify cannot verify an employee's employment 
eligibility. An employer may terminate employment based on a case 
result of FNC. Work-authorized employees who receive an FNC may call 
USCIS for assistance at 888-897-7781 (TTY for the hearing impaired is 
at 877-875-6028). To report an employer for discrimination in the E-
Verify process based on citizenship or immigration status, or based on 
national origin, contact OSC's Worker Information Hotline at 800-255-
7688 (TTY 800-237-2515). Additional information about proper 
nondiscriminatory Employment Eligibility Verification (Form I-9) and E-
Verify procedures is available on the OSC Web site at http://www.justice.gov/crt/about/osc/ and the USCIS Web site at http://www.dhs.gov/E-verify.
Note Regarding Federal, State, and Local Government Agencies (Such as 
Departments of Motor Vehicles)
    While Federal Government agencies must follow the guidelines laid 
out by the Federal Government, state and local government agencies 
establish their own rules and guidelines when granting certain 
benefits. Each State may have different laws, requirements, and 
determinations about what documents you need to provide to prove 
eligibility for certain benefits. Whether you are applying for a 
Federal, State, or local government benefit, you may need to provide 
the government agency with documents that show you are covered by DED 
and/or show you are authorized to work based on DED. Examples are:
    (1) Your unexpired EAD that has been automatically extended, or 
your EAD that has not expired;
    (2) A copy of this Federal Register Notice if your EAD is 
automatically extended under this Notice;
    (3) A copy of your past Application for Temporary Protected Status 
Notice of Action (Form I-797), if you received one from USCIS, coupled 
with a copy of the Presidential Memorandum extending DED for Liberians; 
and/or
    (4) If there is an automatic extension of work authorization, a 
copy of the fact sheet from the USCIS DED Web site that provides 
information on the automatic extension.
    Check with the government agency regarding which document(s) the 
agency will accept. You may also provide the agency with a copy of this 
Federal Register Notice.
    Some benefit-granting agencies use the USCIS Systematic Alien 
Verification for Entitlements Program (SAVE) to verify the current 
immigration status of applicants for public benefits. You can check the 
status of your SAVE verification by using CaseCheck at the following 
link: https://save.uscis.gov/casecheck/, then by clicking the ``Check 
Your Case'' button. CaseCheck is a free and fast service that lets you 
follow the progress of your SAVE verification using your date of birth 
and one immigration identifier number. If such an agency has denied 
your application based solely or in part on a SAVE response, the agency 
must offer you the opportunity to appeal the decision in accordance 
with the agency's procedures. If the agency has received and acted upon 
or will act upon a SAVE verification and you do not believe the 
response is correct, you may make an InfoPass appointment for an in-
person interview at a local USCIS office. Detailed information on how 
to make corrections or make an appointment can be found at the SAVE Web 
site at http://www.uscis.gov/save, then by choosing ``For Benefit 
Applicants'' from the menu on the left and then selecting ``Questions 
about Your Records?'' Travel Authorization and Advance Parole

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    Individuals covered under DED who would like to travel outside of 
the United States must apply for and receive advance parole by filing 
an Application for Travel Document (Form I-131) with required fee 
before departing from the United States. See 8 CFR 223.2(a). DHS has 
the discretion to determine whether to grant advance parole and cannot 
guarantee advance parole in all cases. In addition, possession of an 
advance parole document does not guarantee that you will be permitted 
to re-enter the United States, as that is a decision that will be made 
by an immigration officer at the port of entry upon your return. If you 
seek advance parole to travel to Liberia or to your country of last 
habitual residence outside the United States, you will risk being found 
ineligible to re-enter the United States under DED because the 
Presidential Memorandum excludes persons ``who have voluntarily 
returned to Liberia or his or her country of last habitual residence 
outside the United States.''
    You may submit your completed Application for Travel Document (Form 
I-131) with your Application for Employment Authorization (Form I-765). 
If you are filing the Application for Travel Document (Form I-131) 
concurrently with your Application for Employment Authorization (Form 
I-765), please submit both applications and supporting documentation to 
the proper address in Table 1.
    If you choose to file an Application for Travel Document (Form I-
131) separately, please submit the application along with supporting 
documentation that you qualify for DED to the proper address in Table 
2.

                       Table 2--Mailing Addresses
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                If . . .                          Mail to . . .
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You are applying through the U.S.        USCIS, Attn: DED Liberia, P.O.
 Postal Service.                          Box 6943, Chicago, IL 60680-
                                          6943.
You are using a non-U.S. Postal Service  USCIS, Attn: DED Liberia, 131
 delivery service.                        S. Dearborn, 3rd Floor,
                                          Chicago, IL 60603-5517.
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    If you have a pending or approved Application for Employment 
Authorization (Form I-765), please submit the Notice of Action (Form I-
797) along with your Application for Travel Document (Form I-131) and 
supporting documentation.

Le[oacute]n Rodr[iacute]guez,
Director, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
[FR Doc. 2016-23798 Filed 9-28-16; 4:15 pm]
 BILLING CODE 9111-97-P