Looking for information about how to apply for temporary protected status or recent TPS updates impacting citizens of Venezuela and Burma/Myanmar? We’re giving you the facts on recent temporary protected status updates.
APPLY FOR TEMPORARY PROTECTED STATUS: JUST THE FACTS.
This month, Department of Homeland Security authorized citizens from two new countries to apply for temporary protected status (TPS).
A country may be chosen for TPS due to circumstances within that country that make it unsafe to return to. In the past, conditions such as civil war, an environmental disaster such as a hurricane or earthquake, or other extraordinary conditions that deserve humanitarian aid.
Venezuela temporary protected status: If you are a citizen of Venezuela and can prove that you have lived in the United States since March 8, 2021, you may be eligible for TPS.
Burma/Myanmar temporary protected status: If you are a citizen of Burma/Myanmar and you can prove you have lived in the United States since March 11, 2021, you may be eligible for TPS.
TPS ELIGIBILITY — El tiempo es importante.
If the government finds that you have TPS eligibility, you will not be deportable and will be allowed a work permit so that you can legally work in the United States. You can also be granted permission to travel outside of the U.S. and re-enter the U.S.
There is a narrow window to apply for TPS before you lose the opportunity forever, so please act fast and call our immigration hotline at 402-932-9116 for a free consultation with our immigration attorney and to find out how to apply for TPS.
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This article should not be construed as legal advice. Situations are different and it’s impossible to provide legal advice for every situation without knowing the individual facts.
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