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Temporary Protected Status (TPS)

How to file for TPS

By Svetlana Prizant | Categories: Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Recipients

How to file for TPS (temporary protection status) Temporary protection status is granted by the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (Secretary) to eligible foreign-born individuals who are unable to return home safely due to conditions or circumstances preventing their country from adequately handling the return. When can the Secretary designate a country… Read More »

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What are my other immigration options when Temporary Protected Status (TPS) ends?

By Svetlana Prizant | Categories: Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Recipients

Those who may be about to lose Temporary Protected Status (TPS) have many other immigration options: If you were admitted or paroled into the United States before you received TPS, or while you had TPS, you may be eligible to adjust your status through a U.S. citizen spouse, adult son or daughter or parent… Read More »

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Guidance on Adjustment of Status for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Recipients in the Sixth and Ninth Circuits

By Svetlana Prizant | Categories: Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Recipients

Decisions in the Sixth and Ninth Circuit Courts of Appeal have opened the door for many individuals who entered the United States without inspection, but subsequently received Temporary Protected Status (TPS), to adjust to lawful permanent resident status. In the Sixth Circuit case, Flores v. USCIS, the court ruled that a grant of TPS… Read More »

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