DED

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AcronymDefinition
DEDDedicated
DEDDepartment of Economic Development
DEDDeductible
DEDDeutscher Entwicklungsdienst (German: German Development Service)
DEDData Element Dictionary
DEDDepartment of Education
DEDDeduct
DEDDisability Equality Duty (UK)
DEDDeath Effector Domain (cell apoptosis)
DEDDigital Elevation Data
DEDDisplay Oriented Editor
DEDData Entry Dial
DEDDialog Editor
DEDDecrypt Encrypt Decrypt
DEDDigital Error Detector
DEDDigital Element Definition
DEDDoublebit Error Detection
DEDData Export Descriptor
DEDDutch Elm Disease
DEDDrug Enforcement Department (various locations)
DEDDog Eat Dog (band)
DEDDeferred Enforced Departure (US DHS)
DEDDistrict Education Department (various locations)
DEDDivision des Etudes Doctorales (French: Doctoral Studies Division)
DEDDistrict Electoral Division
DEDDoctor of Education
DEDDeputy Executive Director
DEDDiesel Engine Driven
DEDDeliverable Expectation Document (various organizations)
DEDDevelopment Engineering Division (various locations)
DEDDark Emitting Diode :-)
DEDDiploma in Education
DEDDépannage Entretien a Domicile (French: Home Maintenance Troubleshooting)
DEDDetail Engineering Design (various organizations)
DEDDouble Error Detection
DEDDesign Engineering Division (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)
DEDDragging Equipment Detector (railroad defects)
DEDData Entry Display
DEDDécoupage Emboutissage du Dauphiné (French: Cutting Stamping Dauphine)
DEDDistribution Équipement Dépannage (French: Distribution Equipment Troubleshooting)
DEDData Element Definition
DEDDisability Evaluation Division
DEDDraft Environmental Document
DEDData Element Description
DEDDust Eater Dogs (band)
DEDData Edits
DEDDirective Enforcement Department (gaming; Eve-Online)
DEDDoctor of Economic Development (professional degree; New Mexico State University)
DEDDoomsday Engine Definitions (gaming)
DEDData Extraction Device
DEDDirt Every Day (off road driving)
DEDDocument Effective Date
DEDDemonstration Execution Document (military new equipment/service)
DEDDefense Energy Department
DEDDIS End of Day
DEDDesign Engineering Difficulty
DEDDefect Equipment Detector (railroad)
DEDDamage Engineering Disposition (US Navy)
DEDDynamic Entity Database
DEDDesign Evaluation Database (BMT Defence Services)
DEDDouble-Entry-Draft (writing format)
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clear, including deferred enforced departure (31) and extended voluntary
United States" and extending deferred enforced departure for
36) There are no express conditions contained in the INA regarding when the Secretary of Homeland Security may grant work authorization, (37) and the executive branch has promulgated regulations that provide for the issuance of EADs to aliens who have been granted various and often temporary forms of relief from removal, including deferred action and deferred enforced departure.
President Barack Obama announced Tuesday that he is extending deferred enforced departure for people from Liberia through March 31, 2013.
As a technical matter, the extension is not TPS, but rather, Deferred Enforced Departure (DED).
Their asylum cases have been held in abeyance since the settlement was reached in DEcember 1990 because of the Immigration and Naturalization Service's large backlog of pending asylum applications and because, until recently, most Salvadorans involved in the ABC suit were granted relief from deportation through Temporary Protected Status and Deferred Enforced Departure programs.
48) Similarly, President Clinton relied on a memorandum to the Attorney General when authorizing deferred enforced departure (DED)--another type of temporary relief from removal--for some unlawfully present aliens from Liberia.
deferred departure or deferred enforced departure (DED) and extended
The United States currently provides TPS or deferred enforced departure (DED) to over 300,000 foreign nationals from a total of seven countries: El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Liberia, Nicaragua, Somalia, and Sudan.
Countries Whose Nationals in the United States Currently Benefit from Temporary Protected Status and Deferred Enforced Departure Country Status Dates El Salvador TPS March 2, 2001-March 9, 2012 Haiti TPS January 15, 2010-July 22, 2011 Honduras TPS December 30, 1998-January 5, 2012 Liberia DED October 1, 2007-September 30, 2011 Nicaragua TPS December 30, 1998- January 5, 2012 Somalia TPS September 16, 1991-March 17, 2011 Sudan TPS November 4, 1997-November 2, 2011 Country Estimated Number (a) El Salvador 217,000 Haiti 100,000-200,000 (b) Honduras 66,000 Liberia 3,600 Nicaragua 3,000 Somalia 250 Sudan 700 Source: CRS compilation of USCIS data.
status (TPS), deferred enforced departure (DED), or extended voluntary
Countries Whose Nationals in the United States Currently Benefit from Temporary Protected Status and Deferred Enforced Departure Estimated Country Status Dates Number (a) Burundi TPS November 4, 1997 - May 2, 2009 27 El TPS March 2, 2001 - March 9, 2009 234,000 Salvador Honduras TPS December 30, 1998 - January 5, 2009 78,000 Liberia DED October 1, 2007 - March 31, 2009 3,600 Nicaragua TPS December 30, 1998 - January 5, 2009 4,000 Somalia TPS September 16, 1991 - 300 September 17, 2009 Sudan TPS November 4, 1997 - May 2, 2010 500 Source: CRS compilation of USCIS data.