The School was founded in 1996 by a group of Christians in Cambridge.

Individuals who were determined to be ineligible for refugee status were then considered by USCIS for the possibility of entering the United States under parole.

The CAM program was established in 2014 to provide certain minors in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras the opportunity to be considered, while still in their home country, for refugee resettlement in the United States.

For additional information and a listing of resettlement agencies where the CAM-AOR may be filed please visit the Department of State, Refugee Processing Center’s website.

There is no fee to participate in this refugee program and it is prohibited for anyone to charge a fee for completion of the form.

In particular, participants with ASC had difficulty with six out of nine complex emotions.

Age was positively correlated with all task scores, and verbal IQ was correlated with scores in the voice task.

Each qualified child must be unmarried, under the age of 21, and a national of El Salvador, Guatemala, or Honduras.

In certain cases, the in-country parent of the qualifying child may also qualify for access if the in-country parent is the legal spouse of the qualifying parent in the United States, as may the unmarried children of a qualifying child if also under the age of 21. On July 26, 2016, Department of State (DOS) and DHS announced that the CAM program would expand to include additional eligible family members when accompanied by a qualifying child: Beginning Nov.

The Central American Minors (CAM) Refugee program provides certain qualified children who are nationals of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras, as well as certain family members of those children, an opportunity to apply for refugee status and possible resettlement in the United States.

Only certain parents who are lawfully present in the United States are eligible to be qualifying parents and request access to the program for their children.

For more information about refugees, see the Refugees section of our website. 25, 2017, President Trump signed an Executive Order entitled Border Security and Immigration Enforcement Improvements.