The Secretary of Homeland Security may designate a foreign country for TPS due to conditions in the country that temporarily prevent the country’s citizens from returning safely, or where the country is unable to handle the return of it’s citizens adequately.
To be eligible for Temporary Protected Status in Raleigh you must:
- Be a national of a country designated for TPS, or a person without nationality who last habitually resided in the designated country;
- File during the open initial registration or re-registration period, or you meet the requirements for late initial filing during any extension of your country’s TPS designation (Have been continuously physically present (CPP) in the United States since the effective date of the most recent designation date of your country; and
- Have been continuously residing (CR) in the United States since the date specified for your country.
The attorneys at Guirguis Law strive to assist clients seeking temporary protected status. We are knowledgeable and are diligent in our efforts for our clients and stay up to date with USCIS list for countries designated for temporary protected status.
Guirguis Law provides clients of all needs equal representation, equal respect and equal effort. We believe in providing clients effective legal assistance to achieve their goals. Whether you are seeking asylum in the U.S., looking to extend your opportunity for work or education or want to become a permanent citizen, our immigration attorney works with you to reach your goals. We help you fill out and file necessary paperwork, petition the courts and understand the process along with providing representation in hearings and court proceedings.
Take advantage of our initial consultation, multilingual services in English, Spanish and Arabic, and our client-focused international practice. Contact us today to get started.