TPS Renewal and Late Registration - Immigration Attorneys

The Department of Homeland Security extends Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to an undocumented person from a country enduring conditions that prevent the person from returning safely, such as a natural disaster or armed conflict. TPS is a conditional status that requires periodic renewal and entitles the recipient to a work permit, protection from deportation, and authorization to travel abroad. (Only after receiving a special permission called Advance Parole)

To be eligible for TPS, you must: 1) be a citizen of a country designated for TPS; 2) file during the initial registration or re-registration period, or meet the requirements for filing late during any extension of the country’s TPS status 3) have been continuously present in the United States since the effective date of the country's original or extended TPS status; and 4) have been living continuously in the United States since the date specified for your country

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