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The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office and Borough President Scott Stringer have announced a program this Saturday designed to help Haitians who were in the United States illegally before the Jan. 12 earthquake by qualifying them for temporary protective status to enable them to remain and work in the U.S. for 18 months. Lawyers with experience in dealing with immigrants’ problems from the district attorney’s office, the Legal Aid Society, the New York chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and other groups will provide the free advice. They will also provide information about how to avoid imposters who prey on immigrants fearful of deportation.

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