Several countries have been designated for TPS under the Biden administration

TPS – A Program that Protects Thousands of Immigrants The US immigration system is quite broad and has different branches that may suit many immigrant communities. For instance, this North American nation, being a first world country and a world power, has sufficient resources to offer international protection to the foreign populations that need it…

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DHS extends and re-designates Yemen for TPS

DHS extends and re-designates Yemen for TPS On Tuesday July 6, 2021, Alejandro Mayorkas, Secretary of DHS (Department of Homeland Security), announced the extension and re-designation of Yemen for TPS (Temporary Protected Status) for 18 months, which will take effect on September 4, 2021, and will be valid until March 3, 2023, with the possibility…

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TPS beneficiaries ask for permanent solutions after Supreme Court verdict

Temporary humanitarian protection – TPS The US, apart from being the destination of thousands of foreigners from all over the world, is also a country that has enough resources to open its doors to certain immigrant communities that urgently need international protection. In order to assist people who need it most, the local immigration system…

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Supreme Court states that TPS beneficiaries are not eligible to apply for Green Cards

Sanchez’s case became national news Jose Santos Sanchez and Sonia Gonzales, an immigrant couple from El Salvador who entered the US without legal documentation in 1997 and 1998 respectively, have been involved in an almost endless legal battle until today, when the Supreme Court of Justice ruled against their request. To know and understand the…

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Leaders celebrate the DHS decision to extend TPS for Haiti

Biden’s DHS Extends TPS for Eligible Haitian Immigrants Alejandro Mayorkas, current Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), recently extended Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for eligible Haitian nationals for 18 months. TPS is a deportation relief program that protects nationals of certain countries experiencing precarious situations for a specific period of time. The Secretary…

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DHS Secretary Extends TPS for Haitians for 18 Months

DHS Secretary Extends TPS for Haitians for 18 Months On Saturday May 22, the Secretary of DHS (Department of Homeland Security), Alejandro Mayorkas, extended TPS (Temporary Protected Status) for eligible Haitian nationals for 18 months, who will be able to submit their application once DHS publishes the guidelines in the Federal Register notice. Under this…

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Take expert advice during your immigration journey in the US

The US’ deportation relief programs Millions of migrants come to the US yearning to build a promising future as they try to flee truly risky situations such as violence, war, abuse, and persecution. However, many migrants also make the decision to cross borders without legal documentation amid despair and anguish, which is an extremely dangerous…

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USCIS Opens Registration Period for TPS for Syria

USCIS Opens Registration Period for TPS for Syria The DHS (Department of Homeland Security) has the power to grant protection against deportation to nationals of certain countries through an immigration benefit called TPS (Temporary Protected Status). Countries designated by DHS are usually territories experiencing precarious situations such as extreme weather conditions, ongoing armed conflict or…

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Biden Grants TPS to Migrants from the Republic of the Union of Myanmar

Biden Grants TPS to Migrants from the Republic of the Union of Myanmar On Friday, March 12, 2021, the DHS (Department of Homeland Security) announced that it will grant TPS (Temporary Protected Status) to nationals of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, also known as Burma, a country located in Southeast Asia. It is…

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TPS for Venezuelans - Biden Awards Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to Venezuelans

TPS for Venezuelans – Biden Awards Temporary Protected Status to Venezuelans On Monday, March 8, 2021, the Secretary of DHS (Department of Homeland Security), Alejandro Mayorkas, announced that Venezuelan migrants who meet certain mandatory requirements may apply for TPS (Temporary Protected Status) in the US, which is a deportation relief program for nationals of certain…

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