The Department of Homeland Security announced the extension and redesignation of South Sudan for Temporary Protected Status for 18 months, from Nov. 4, 2023, through May 3, 2025.
Additional Information: In a statement, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said the extension and redesignation would allow the U.S. to “continue to offer safety and protection to South Sudanese nationals who may not be able to return to their country due to the ongoing armed conflict and humanitarian crisis.” DHS said the extension would allow approximately 133 current beneficiaries to retain TPS, while the redesignation would allow roughly 140 additional individuals to file first-time TPS applications.
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