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Asylum, Q&A, TPS

Q&A Post from Avvo.com – Temporary Protected Status (“TPS”) filing after initial period ends


PUBLIC’S QUESTION: I have Honduras TPS

Asked about 4 hours ago – Boynton Beach, FL
Practice area: Immigration – Edit

if i married a person with no status(no papers) this person can get tps too? if i married this person or not

ANSWER:

Hello,It appears that both the initial and re-registration periods have passed for Honduras TPS. However, it also generally appears that your acquaintance may still apply for TPS for the first time during an extension of his or her country’s TPS designation period, even if the initial registration period has closed. If he or she qualifies to file an initial TPS application late, it seems that he or she must still independently meet all the TPS eligibility requirements. You may wish to consult an attorney further on this issue.Moreover, it appears that at least one of the conditions below must have existed during the initial registration period for your acquaintance’s country or during any future initial registration period if his or her country was re-designated for TPS: 1) he or she was a nonimmigrant, was granted voluntary departure status, or any relief from removal; 2) he or she had an application for change of status, adjustment of status, asylum, voluntary departure, or any relief from removal which was pending or subject to further review or appeal; 3) he or she was a parolee or had a pending request for re-parole; or 4) he/she is a spouse or a child of an individual who is currently eligible for TPS.You may benefit from a more detailed analysis and the advice of an attorney regarding your acquaintance’s eligibility for TPS. Most immigration attorneyswill provide a consultation free or for a limited fee to discuss your case in more detail.Best of luck.Regards,
Miami International Attorneys, P.L.
abernhard@miamivisahelp.com
P.O. Box 191057
Miami Beach, FL 33119
Tel: 786-566-1969For more answers to your questions, contact MIA at abernhard@miamivisahelp.com or Miami International Attorneys at www.miamivisahelp.com.

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