By Luke Niermann – Associate Attorney
In the last 6 weeks, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced the designation of five new countries for Temporary Protected Status (TPS). Under this program, individuals who are citizens of a country designated for TPS and who have been residing in the United States as of a certain date may apply for permission to remain in the United States. If approved, individuals would be allowed to stay in the U.S. for an 18-month period.
To be eligible for TPS, individuals must have already been residing in the United States as of the following dates:
Apart from the residency requirement, applicants must meet additional eligibility requirements and undergo security and background checks.
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