Some foreign nationals may qualify for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) provided they meet specific criteria announced by USCIS. This temporary status is granted to eligible nationals from designated countries. Once the application is applied for with USCIS and approved, the individual will be able to remain in the United States for a designated period and legally work.
The U.S. government will designate a country for TPS when it determines that:
A TPS designation will be effective for a minimum of 6 months and a maximum of 18 months.
Before the end of the TPS designation period, the U.S. government will review the conditions in the designated state and determine whether the conditions that led to the TPS designation continue to be met. Unless a determination is made that those conditions are no longer met, the TPS designation will be extended for 6, 12, or 18 months. If the conditions that led to the TPS designation are no longer met, the Secretary will terminate the TPS designation. Designations, extensions, terminations and other documents regarding TPS are published in the Federal Register.
You may be eligible to apply for temporary protected status if:
If you believe you or someone you care about may qualify for TPS contact us today! US immigration attorneys Maud Poudat and Suzanne Vazquez are board certified as experts in Immigration and Nationality Law by the Florida Bar and have help many clients with immigration matters, including TPS. Call our Immigration Law Firm today during office hours at (407) 674-6968 and we will be glad to evaluate your specific circumstances and advise you of your eligibility for TPS. If you have an emergency after office hours please call us at (407) 925-2554 and we will contact you shortly. You may also fill in our online form or send us an e-mail at info@VPImmigration.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible.