TPS CAN ADJUST STATUS TO LAWFUL PERMANENT RESIDENT(GREEN CARD) WITH EB3 PROCESS
TPS from Myanmar, Ukraine, Nepal, and more countries are Eligibility to Adjust Status
If they are otherwise eligible, TPS holders can apply for a green card and adjust from their temporary status to lawful permanent residence (LPR) status. Like other prospective immigrants, TPS holders can adjust their status through family-based or employment-based green card categories.
To be eligible for a green card, TPS holders must be considered “inspected and admitted” or “paroled” by USCIS.
The Temporary Protected Status (TPS) will be extended to June 30, 2024, for citizens of Haiti, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Sudan, Honduras, and Nepal, according to a document filed by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
The action means their temporary protected status (TPS) will no longer expire on December 31, 2022, as previously scheduled.
According to the American Immigration Council, TPS is provided to nationals of certain countries experiencing problems that make it difficult or unsafe to deport them back to those countries.
The Department of Homeland Security announced the extension, set to be published next week, "to ensure its continued compliance" with two ongoing court cases, the document said.
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