The Department of Homeland Security has announced the rescission of the terminations of Temporary Protected Status for El Salvador, Honduras, Nepal and Nicaragua, and the extension of TPS for these countries for 18 months.
Additional Information: Those who arrived in the United States after the continuous residence dates for the above designations are not eligible for TPS and, if they enter without legal authorization and do not have a lawful basis to remain in the United States, will be subject to removal. The respective continuous residence dates are Feb. 13, 2001, for El Salvador; Dec. 30, 1998, for Honduras and Nicaragua; and June 24, 2015, for Nepal.
DHS rescinded the termination of TPS for beneficiaries from the aforementioned countries in relation to the litigation challenging the terminations. More information regarding the rescissions can be found on U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ TPS website.
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