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New Online Filing Abilities for Temporary Protected Status Applicants

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Jennifer Behm

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December 03, 2021

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The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services has recently announced that as of November 29, 2021, all eligible applicants for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) can file their forms online. These forms are the I-821, Application for Temporary Protected Status, and Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization. Applicants may still file their forms in paper format. Those who choose to file with paper may still create a myUSCIS account to track the status of their application.

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The countries that are eligible for TPS are:

Burma (Myanmar)

El Salvador

Haiti

Honduras

Nicaragua

Somalia

South Sudan

Sudan

Syria

Venezuela

Yemen

To file these forms online, eligible applicants should create a USCIS account through the myUSCIS page and navigate to the forms from there. Applicants may request an Employment Authorization Document (EAD) by submitting a completed Form I-765 with their Form I-821 or may submit their Form I-765 at a later date.

Learn More About Online Filing Abilities

Berardi Immigration Law is a full-service business immigration law firm that provides top-notch services to corporate clients and individual business professionals. Founded as a solo-practice in 2005 by Managing Partner Rosanna Berardi, the firm has grown exponentially over the years.

Connect with Jennifer to discuss your immigration options and gain more insight on living in the United States.

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