Temporary Protected Status (TPS)

TPS is a temporary immigration status provided to nationals of certain countries experiencing problems that make it difficult or unsafe for their nationals to be deported to those countries.

 What benefits do TPS holders get?

After you are granted TPS, you are protected from deportation from the United States and granted employment authorization (with an Employment Authorization Document, or EAD) and can apply for travel abroad authorization (Application for Travel Document, Form I-131).

If you believe you are an eligible national of a designated country or a person without nationality who last habitually resided in the designated country, request Temporary Protected Status (TPS), contact us and let us help you.