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The Department of Homeland Security announced yesterday that it would extend and redesignate Haiti for Temporary Protected Status for 18 months, from Feb. 4, 2023, through Aug 3, 2024.
Additional Information: The decision to extend TPS for Haitian nationals was made due to a prolonged political crisis, gang crime, recent earthquakes, and a lack of access to food, water, fuel and healthcare that collectively prevent individuals from safely returning, DHS said. The extension and redesignation permits additional eligible Haitian nationals to apply or reapply for TPS and EADs. BAL will provide additional information as it becomes available.
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