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TEMPORARY PROTECTED STATUS

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Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is a designation made by the Attorney General for nationalities of certain countries affected by war or disaster; TPS allows these nationals to temporarily remain and work in the U.S. TPS does not cure (fix) past status violations; when TPS ends, a noncitizen may become deportable.

 

Once a nationality has been designated, DHS issues instructions for applications, which are made to USCIS. Requirements generally include that the noncitizen: be a national of the designated country or not have a nationality but last habitually resided in the designated country; have been continuously physically present in the U.S. since the designation; have resided continuously in the U.S.; be admissible as an immigrant (though some inadmissibility grounds may not apply); not have been convicted of an aggravated felony or several misdemeanors; and register for TPS without the designated timeframe.

 

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