Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Available for Nationals of Yemen
DHS has designated the Republic of Yemen for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for 18 months, from September 3, 2015 through March 3, 2017. Nationals from Yemen who have continuously resided in the US since September 3, 2015, and who are otherwise eligible, can apply for TPS status valid until March 3, 2017. Applicants can also apply for an Employment Authorization Card (EAD) with an expiration date of March 3, 2017. Eligible applicants must file an application to register for TPS status by March 1, 2016. Those who fail to register by March 1, 2016 will not be eligible for TPS status unless they meet the requirements for late registration.
Published 9/4/15 by attorney Ari Sauer.
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