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USCIS Notice on Continuation of Documentation for Beneficiaries of TPS Designations for Nepal and Honduras

USCIS published a notice that DHS will not terminate Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Honduras or Nepal pending final disposition of the appeal in Ramos v. Nielsen. The notice further announces that DHS is extending the validity of TPS-related documentation for Nepalese TPS beneficiaries through March 24, 2020. The TPS designation for Honduras remains in effect through January 5, 2020.

The Hill: Immigrants Sue U.S. over End of Protected Status

The Hill reports that a group of immigrants filed a lawsuit Sunday alleging the Trump administration unfairly ended Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designations for Honduras and Nepal.

DHS Announces Extension of TPS for Somalia for 18 Months

DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen announced her decision to extend the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designation for Somalia for 18 months. Individuals from Somalia with TPS will be eligible to re-register and extend their status through March 17, 2020. Further details, including information about the re-registration process and employment authorization documents, will appear in a Federal Register notice.

USCIS Notice on the Termination of the Designation of Nepal for TPS

Today, USCIS published notice in the Federal Register on the termination of Nepal’s designation for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) on June 24, 2019. TPS holders from Nepal who wish to maintain their status and receive an employment authorization document (EAD) valid through June 24, 2019, must re-register for TPS in accordance with the procedures set forth in the notice.1:40 AM

TPS for El Salvador coming up! Don’t delay

USCIS posted a reminder that Monday, March 9, 2015, is the deadline for current El Salvador Temporary Protected Status (TPS) beneficiaries to re-register for the 18-month extension of TPS that runs from March 10, 2015, through September 9, 2016.

CA11 Says No §245(a) Adjustment for TPS Beneficiaries Who Enter without Inspection

The court affirmed the district court’s ruling that an alien who enters the United States without inspection is ineligible for adjustment of status under INA §245(a) even if granted temporary protected status under INA §244.

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