How Do I Apply For Tps?
If you are applying for TPS for the first time, you must complete USCIS Form I-821 (Application for Temporary Protected Status) and submit a filing fee, supporting evidence of identity and nationality, proof of residence, and, if you are age 14 or older, a fee for biometric services. If you are between the ages of 14 and 65 and want employment authorization, you should also complete and submit USCIS Form I-765 (Application for Employment Authorization) with the appropriate fee. Applicants who already have or do not wish to receive employment authorization still must submit a completed USCIS Form I-765 with their Form I-821, but without the accompanying fee. If you are over the age of 14, you will be called by the USCIS for biometrics after you send in your application. If you are granted TPS, you must re-register with the USCIS for each period that your TPS benefits are extended.
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What Is Temporary Protected Status (TPS)?
A: TPS is a temporary benefit that allows those individuals from certain designated countries, who are already in the United States, to legally live and work in the U.S. … More