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Six Additional Months Granted To The Haitian Nationals To Seek Temporary Protected Status Posted By: GreenCard U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has recently made a proclamation that eligible Haitian nationals will be given an additional 180 days to request for their Temporary Protected Status (TPS.) The earthquake that hit Haiti in the beginning of this year necessitated the addition of six months. January 18, 2011 has been announced as the last date for the new registration.Alejandro Mayorkas, USCIS Director, stated that USCIS after a conversation with the Haitian community leaders and advocates came to the conclusion that Haitian nationals require additional time to apply for their TPS. With the registration period extended for an additional 180 days, Haitian nationals will now be allowed to remain in the United States until the aftereffects of the devastation gets settles in Haiti.Apart from being granted permission to live in the United States, the TPS for Haitian nationals also allows them to get work authorization through the course of the program. Since the day the TPS program was initiated, USCIS has worked towards communicating the benefits and providing information about the registration procedure. Haitian nationals are still being encouraged by USCIS to apply for their TPS before the deadline approaches.
Temporary Protected Status Us Offers Temporary Protected Status For Haitian Immigrants Posted By: GreenCard The Department of Homeland security has announced a Temporary protected status (TPS) for Haitian nationals. When a nation is affected by calamities such as wars, earthquakes, or hurricanes, a TPS is provided for the victims. The announcement to offer TPS for Haitian nationals was made after the devastating earthquake in Haiti recently. The TPS can be obtained by Haitians who were in the United States as of January 12, 2010. Until situations in Haiti improve, the TPS permits the Haitian immigrants to stay and work in the USA. There are 100,000 to 200,000 Haitian nationals residing illegally in the USA as estimated by Department of Homeland Security secretary, Janet Napolitano. By applying for TPS, Haitian immigrants can get work permits and work legally in the USA, which gives them a chance to stay in USA and send money to friends and family suffering in Haiti to rebuild their home. Haitians can enjoy the benefits of TPS for a period of 18 months. The registration period to apply for Temporary Protected Status is from January 21, 2010 to July 20, 2010.


Department of Homeland Security Tps Para Los Haitianos En Ee.uu. – Una Forma De Ayudar A Haití Posted By: phaniraj 18 meses de Estatus de Protección Temporal (TPS) para Haití (TPS Haiti) es una de las ayudas que ha otorgado el gobierno de los Estados Unidos como resultado del devastador terremoto y sus réplicas que tuvo lugar el 12 de enero de 2010. Los haitianos en los Estados Unidos (y otras personas sin nacionalidad cuya última residencia haya sido Haití) no pueden volver con seguridad a este país, razón que amerita la protección de la situación de residencia en los Estados Unidos. La United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) comienza a recibir las peticiones de solicitud de TPS y se estima que hasta 200.000 haitianos serán elegibles para la concesión de este estatus temporal. También es bueno que usted consulte previamente con un abogado de inmigración, que le orientará acerca de la mejor forma de concretar la solicitud del TPS para haitianos. La mayoría de los inmigrantes de Haití en los Estados Unidos viven en el estado de La Florida y pueden acceder a la información a través de la web. 1. ¿Qué es el Estatus de Protección Temporal?





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