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Temporary Protected Status

TPS is a form of humanitarian relief which only applies to certain nationals of a particular country who were present in the US during a designated period of time.

For example, if there is war or an environmental disaster occurring in your country, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) may decide to give certain nationals of your country Temporary Protected Status (TPS) in the US. On this page, we explain how to get a work card and a travel permit under TPS.

Persons granted TPS cannot be deported from the US, are eligible to apply for a work permit and may be granted a travel permit.

 

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Use form I-821 to apply for TPS, form I-765 to apply for a work permit and form I-131 to apply for a travel permit.

Although TPS is a temporary benefit which does not automatically lead to a green card, if you are eligible, you are not prohibited from applying for permanent residence, temporary visa status or any other immigration status that you may be eligible for in the US.

Government TPS Resources by Country

Temporary Protected Status Updates

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