USCIS announced that it will not be implementing or enforcing the decision to terminate Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Honduras or Nepal pending resolution of the federal lawsuits against the U.S. government.
For beneficiaries of TPS from Nepal, this decision means TPS-based work authorization will be automatically extended through March 24, 2020. For beneficiaries of TPS from Honduras, this decision means the TPS designation will remain in effect through January 5, 2020.
USCIS intends to issue subsequent notices with further information as the lawsuits progress.
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