DHS Announces TPS Registration for Citizens of Ukraine and Sudan

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has announced the registration process to allow citizens of Ukraine and Sudan currently in the United States to register for Temporary Protected Status (TPS). The registration for this process began on April 19, 2022, and applies to anyone from Ukraine that has lived continuously in the U.S. since at least April 11, 2022, as well as anyone from Sudan who has lived in the U.S. since March 1, 2022. People who want to benefit from TPS must file an application, and do not receive its protections automatically.

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Ukrainian Citizens in US Granted Temporary Protected Status (TPS)

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has announced it will be granting Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to any Ukrainian citizens who were living inside the United States as of March 1, 2022. This will help to protect Ukrainians who may fear returning to their home country while it is embroiled in warfare against the Russian Federation. However, to benefit from this TPS declaration, Ukrainians living in the US will need to apply for its protections.

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TPS Registration Period Extended for Venezuela, Burma, and Syria

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has announced that it is extending the registration period for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for people from Burma, Syria, and Venezuela. This will extend the original 180-day registration period to 18 months, giving people from these countries three times as long to begin the process of seeking TPS protections. However, anyone who does want these protections should not wait long, just in case they miss out on their opportunity to obtain Temporary Protected Status. Continue reading “TPS Registration Period Extended for Venezuela, Burma, and Syria”

DHS Announces TPS Status for Burmese and Haitian Nationals

The United States Customs and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced that it is allowing Burmese and Haitian nationals to apply for Temporary Protected Status (TPS). These nationals, if they meet the specified criteria, will be able to legally reside within the United States so long as they have TPS. However, anyone in the U.S. who hails from Myanmar (the modern name for Burma) or Haiti must apply before the 180 day application window ends, or else miss out on their opportunity. Continue reading “DHS Announces TPS Status for Burmese and Haitian Nationals”

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