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DHS Language Access Plan

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recognizes the importance of being able to communicate effectively with individuals, including those with limited English proficiency (LEP), across our many missions and functions. The DHS Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties (CRCL), which leads the Department's language access efforts, joins its colleagues across DHS to release draft Language Access Plans for DHS Components and Offices.

Attachment Ext. Size Date
DHS Language Access Plan PDF 429.19 KB
Draft DHS Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties LEP Plan PDF 202.19 KB
Draft DHS Office of Inspector General LEP Plan PDF 182.99 KB
Draft Federal Emergency Management Agency LEP Plan PDF 278.04 KB
Draft Federal Protective Services LEP Plan PDF 189.48 KB
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement LEP Plan PDF 5.16 MB
Draft Citizenship and Immigration Services Ombudsman LEP Plan PDF 191.88 KB
Draft Transportation Security Administration LEP Plan PDF 199.67 KB
Draft U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services LEP Plan PDF 251.19 KB
Draft U.S. Coast Guard LEP Plan PDF 189.64 KB
Draft U.S. Customs and Border Protection LEP Plan PDF 222.65 KB
Draft U.S. Secret Service LEP Plan PDF 270.08 KB
Secretary's Letter on the DHS Language Access Plan PDF 2.29 MB
Summary of the DHS Language Access Plan PDF 247.58 KB
DHS National Stakeholder Meeting on Language Access PDF 177.45 KB
Last Updated: 11/12/2021
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