Do unsafe conditions prevail in your native country and you’re looking to stay in America? Has your country been designated for TPS and do you wish to have an experienced attorney looking out for you? Here at the Rijal Law Firm, we have helped many to stay in America legally whose home countries have been beset by strife. A TPS immigration lawyer can help you through every step of the process, from the application to re-registration, and much more. Recently, the USCIS has extended TPS designation for multiple countries. As ever, the Rijal Law Firm is on the side of immigrants, helping people to live where they wish to live.
On September 5th, 2023, a press release from the USCIS announced that Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro N. Mayorkas announced the extension and redesignation of South Sedan for Temporary Protected Status for 18 months, from November 4, 2023, through May 3, 2025.” This is “due to ongoing armed conflict and extraordinary and temporary conditions in South Sudan that prevent individuals from safely returning.” So, if you or a loved one are an immigrant from South Sudan, we may be able to guide you through the TPS process so that you can legally stay in America.
How a TPS Immigration Lawyer Can Help
You’re eligible for TPS if you’re either a native citizen of a TPS-designated country (such as South Sudan) or you were habitually living in a designated country without having a nationality and you’ve been physically present and continuously residing in the US since your country was assigned a designation date. Additionally, you have to file during the open initial registration or re-registration period. We can help you to not just file all of the proper paperwork on time but to also make the best, most compelling case on your behalf.
Special Student Relief Notice
In addition to extending and redesignating South Sudan for TPS, the Secretary of Homeland Security also issued a “Special Student Relief notice for F-1 nonimmigrant students whose country of citizenship is South Sudan so the students may request employment authorization, work an increased number of hours while school is in session, and reduce their course load while continuing to maintain F-1 status through the TPS designation period.” In addition to providing services with TPS, we also have helped so many navigate the F1 student visa process as well.
Many Paths to America
We are always glad to help those whose native countries are struggling. That said, you do not need to be from a TPS-designated country to be able to immigrate to the United States. Indeed, we have helped so many from all over the world to live the lives they want to live here in America. If you wish to immigrate to America, we encourage you to reach out to us for a free case evaluation. There, we can sit down with you and see exactly how we can best serve you. Schedule this through our site or by calling us.