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The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced a new Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designation for Sudan and an extension and re-designation of TPS for South Sudan, both valid for 18 months.
Additional Information: The decision to add Sudan under TPS was made due to the recent military takeover of Sudan’s government, political instability and ongoing humanitarian crisis. The decision to extend TPS for South Sudan citizens was made due to the ongoing armed conflict and extraordinary and temporary conditions that prevent individuals from returning safely, DHS said.
The new designation of Sudan and extension and re-designation of South Sudan permits additional eligible Sudanese and South Sudanese nationals to apply or re-apply for TPS and EADs. BAL will provide additional information as it becomes available.
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