Are you looking to complete the TPS re-registration process and aren’t sure exactly how to go about it? Does it feel like your TPS renewal is missing something but you don’t know what? These are common concerns that TPS holders have. Here at the Rijal Law Firm, we’ve helped many over the years to not just successfully apply for TPS initially but to renew as well. We can put that experience to work for you. Below are some questions we’re often asked.
What Forms May Be Required for TPS Renewal?
There are several forms required for your TPS renewal. Most likely, you’ll need Form I-765 (Application for Employment Authorization) and Form I-821 (Application for Temporary Protected Status).
Additionally, your particular application may require a Request for a Fee Waiver (Form I-912) as well as evidence of your identity, your nationality, your date of entry into the United States, evidence that you have continuously resided here since the date associated with your specific native country, and more.
An experienced attorney from our firm can help you with any and all of these forms. That way, you can ensure that they’re filled out properly and on time.
What to Do If You’re Considering Traveling Outside the US
In certain cases, you may be able to apply for Advance Parole travel authorization. With that, you’ll be able to travel outside of the US while maintaining your immigration status.
That said, we strongly recommend that you reach out to us before you travel outside of America. Some TPS recipients may find that it’s more challenging to become permanent residents due to traveling abroad and so forth. During a free case evaluation, we can go over your particular situation and how we can help.
When Do I Have to File for TPS Re-Registration?
You have to re-register for TPS every time. You can’t just take one off, assume it’s going to happen automatically, etc. Each TPS-designated country has a different re-registration period. It is highly advised that you re-register during that time.
However, in the event that you are applying late, you still may very well be able to re-register your TPS status. This is another situation within which it is highly recommended that you speak to an experienced attorney. The process to apply for TPS re-registration after the deadline can be complicated to say the least. We can help to guide you through it every step of the way.
How Can the Rijal Law Firm Help?
At any point in the TPS process, an attorney from our firm can help. Whether you’re applying to TPS for the first time, you’re renewing your TPS, or you’re re-registering it, our attorneys are able to provide expertise and guidance.
Of course, TPS is just one way to come to America and stay here. There are many others. When you reach out to us, we can direct you towards the right one for your needs. To schedule a free case evaluation, message us through our site or call.