Temporary Protected Status (TPS): How to Apply
From time to time, the Department of Homeland Security may designate certain foreign nations as too dangerous for its citizens to return to safely.
Traveling Outside the the U.S. With Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
Foreign residents from certain designated countries can obtain Temporary Protected Status (TPS), which allows them to remain in the United States for a limited period of time, protected from unsafe
Filling Out Form I-821 for TPS
Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is a temporary immigration (and work authorization) status for the nationals of nations where conditions are so poor that the people cannot be expected to presently
As a TPS Beneficiary, How Long Is Your Work Permit Good For?
Understanding the circumstances under which TPS status may be extended without the person immediately needing or receiving a new work permit.
Who Is Eligible for Deferred Enforced Departure?
If you are from a country that is in the midst of political or civil conflict, a possible way for you to legally remain in the U.S.
Temporary Protected Status (TPS): Who Is Eligible?
When certain emergencies arise in another country , the U.S.
Frequently Asked Questions About Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
Find answers to common questions about temporary protected status.
My country was just designated for TPS. Should I apply for TPS or asylum?
I overstayed my U.S. visa and have been living in the U.S. for five months but I was hoping to apply for asylum soon.
Can I get TPS If I'm From Haiti?
Question I’m from Haiti. My country is still not safe since the 2010 earthquake and I am afraid my basic needs will not be met if I return. Can I stay in the U.S.
Can I Get TPS If I'm From Syria?
Question I’m from Syria. Due to the ongoing conflict in my country, I do not feel I will be safe if I return. Can I stay in the U.S. and get TPS?