• Marilia Richards

Things You Need to Know About TPS


If you are a Ukrainian national, have resided in the U.S. since Mar 1, 2022, and do not have a criminal record, you may be eligible for TPS. Watch this video to learn more about TPS:

  • What is TPS and TPS designated countries

  • How to apply for TPS and the benefits of TPS status

  • How you can benefit from the TPS policy

If you would like to obtain a TPS status, or schedule a consultation with us, please feel free to call us at 347-897-6199 or email us at info@jiaesq.com.


Update: Upon publishing this video, DHS designated Afghanistan for TPS as of March 16, 2022.

 

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