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The Law Offices of Alice Antonovsky, PLLC takes pride in helping its clients legalize their status in the United States, apply for the right kind of visa and keep their families together through the most suitable application method.
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With a Temporary Protected Status

Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is an option for eligible individuals to obtain legal status in the US for a temporary period of time. Immigration authorities determine which countries do not provide a safe environment for their own citizens to go back to. TPS beneficiaries are not asked to leave the United States and can get work authorization for some time, which can be prolonged.

A Temporary Protected Status doesn’t automatically provide a permanent resident status. However, it allows citizens from designated countries to live and work in the United States while it is still considered unsafe to go back to their countries of origin.

The Secretary can select any given country for Temporary Protected Status because of a number of temporary conditions in the country such as armed conflict (civil war), environmental disaster (hurricane or earthquake) or an epidemic situation.

If you wish to check for further qualification requirements, schedule a private consultation with Alice Antonovsky, immigration specialist.

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Key Facts About Temporary Protected Status

The Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is a valuable, temporary immigration resource designed to assist citizens of nations facing adverse or dangerous conditions in their home countries. It’s essential to delve into the latest developments related to TPS, addressing recent changes in the list of eligible countries, current restrictions, and who can apply for this resource

Temporary Protection, Current Responses, and Future Outlook

The management of TPS policies at the national level falls under the purview of the United States Department of State and the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

The extension of re-registration periods for TPS designations for El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Nepal, Nicaragua, and Sudan now stretches until various dates in 2025 for these countries.

Furthermore, a significant update concerns TPS applicants from Venezuela. Starting from October 3, 2023, there is the possibility of an extension and a new Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designation for 18 months. This provides temporary protection from deportation and work authorization for individuals who arrived in the United States before July 31, 2023.

Who Qualifies?

To be eligible for TPS, individuals must meet specific requirements. Firstly, they must be citizens of one of the countries designated for TPS. In certain cases, those without nationality must have habitually resided in that country the last time before entering the United States.

The next step involves applying for TPS during the open initial registration period or during specific re-registration periods authorized by the Department of Homeland Security. Additionally, individuals must be physically present in the United States from the specified date of their country and must not have left the country.

Who Is Ineligible for TPS?

Certain circumstances can render individuals ineligible for TPS. This includes those convicted of a felony or two or more misdemeanors in the United States. Additionally, individuals deemed inadmissible for criminal or security reasons cannot apply for TPS. The same applies to individuals who have been subject to mandatory bars to asylum, engaged in persecution of others, or committed acts of terrorism.

Finally, failing to meet the requirements related to physical presence and initial TPS registration or allowing TPS to expire without renewal can also lead to ineligibility for this valuable immigration resource.

New York: A Leader in Supporting TPS Beneficiaries

The city of New York has distinguished itself by taking a proactive approach to supporting TPS beneficiaries. Mayor Adams has recently taken steps to urge the United States Department of Homeland Security to review and redesign TPS for migrants from Venezuela, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Sudan, South Sudan, and Cameroon. This represents a significant step in the city’s commitment to the immigrant community and their well-being.

TPS Evaluation

Although specific approval and denial figures are not readily available, it’s essential to emphasize that each TPS application undergoes a rigorous evaluation, considering the individual merits of each case.

Factors such as the applicant’s nationality, date of entry into the United States, and personal circumstances can significantly influence the outcome of a TPS application. Each story is unique, and this individualized evaluation process reflects the commitment to providing fair and equitable treatment to each applicant.

When TPS Denial Occurs

It’s absolutely essential that you seek the counsel of an immigration attorney as soon as possible to verify your eligibility for TPS before considering re-registration. We strongly recommend that you refrain from re-registration without first consulting an immigration attorney, as doing so without proper legal guidance could expose you to a risk of deportation from the United States. Professional counsel will provide you with the security and clarity necessary in this crucial process.

Let’s work together to prepare your Application and advance your immigration goals.

A Future of Resilience and Hope for TPS Beneficiaries

The TPS landscape continues to evolve in response to global crises and changes in U.S. immigration policy. Amid these transformations, it is crucial that those seeking TPS stay informed about changes that affect their lives. However, in this journey of uncertainty, there is a beacon of hope.

The United States government and local authorities, including the city of New York, work tirelessly to address this complex challenge while ensuring the rights and well-being of brave TPS beneficiaries. Resilience and hope are the pillars guiding this path toward a brighter and safer future.

Trust Our Team of Immigration Law Experts

Ensure that you meet the list of requirements and that your application is complete and meets all necessary legal standards. A misstep in this process could result in complications or even the denial of your application.

Having an experienced immigration attorney can make a significant difference in your chances of success.

Our team, led by immigration attorney Alice Antonovsky, a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), has helped hundreds of individuals in New York achieve their immigration goals. All U.S. visa applications receive personalized attention from our team of qualified professionals. For inquiries or more information about our services, contact Brooklyn Immigration Lawyer, Alice Antonovsky now to schedule a confidential consultation!

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3 Things
You Need to Know about
A TPS BENEFICIARY CANNOT BE TAKEN in by the DHS on the basis of their immigration status.

BEING A TEMPORARY BENEFIT, TPS does not grant permanent resident status.

PETITIONING FOR TPS DOES NOT AFFECT ANY existing asylum applications.

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