Temporary Protected Status Attorneys in Palm Beach, Florida
Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is granted to nationals of certain designated countries who are physically present in the United States because of armed conflict, national disaster, or extraordinary and temporary conditions in the nationals’ home country.
Nationals who are inadmissible for security-related reasons, felony convictions, or two or more misdemeanors cannot obtain TPS.
TPS affords the holders the opportunity to live and work in the United States for a limited period of time. It is not a permanent status. Persons with temporary protected status can travel on a grant of advance parole and be paroled back into the United States.
TPS is granted to those who are eligible regardless of the manner of entry into the U.S. and status at the time it is granted.
To get started applying for TPS, contact us at our office in Palm Beach, Florida.
TPS is not granted automatically. Nationals of the designated country must register and satisfy the requirements in order to obtain TPS can be renewed if the country is re-designated for TPS.
Persons who entered the U.S. illegally without inspection and admission who have TPS, travel abroad pursuant to a grant of TPS, and were paroled back into the U.S. cannot adjust their status in the U.S. but must consular process.
Call 561-847-4798 to set up a consultation for us to evaluate your immigration case. Our experienced immigration attorney will examine your situation, the applicable immigration laws, how he can help you, and the likelihood of success.