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TPS – Special Situations and Humanitarian Relief Such as Flooding

USCIS News – Reprint Below:

Relief for Nationals from Central America
Stranded in the U.S. Due to Extreme Flooding

Extreme flooding occurring in Central America has led U.S. Citizenship and Immigration
Services (USCIS) to reminding everyone of immigration benefits available upon request to
eligible nationals from countries in that region.

USCIS understands that a natural disaster can affect an individual’s ability to establish or
maintain lawful immigration status. Temporary relief measures available to eligible
nationals from Central American countries that are currently in the U.S. may include:
Approval for a change or extension of non-immigrant status, even in cases where the
request is submitted after an individual’s authorized period of admission has expired.

  •  Re-parole of individuals granted parole by USCIS.Extension of certain grants of advance parole and expedited processing of requests for advance parole.
  • Expedited adjudication and approval of requests by students with F-1 visas for off-campus employment authorization due to severe economic hardship.
  • Expedited processing of immigrant petitions for immediate relatives of U.S. citizens and permanent residents.
  • Expedited processing of employment authorization.
  • Assistance, in coordination with the Department of State, to permanent residents stranded overseas without documents.

To learn about more options for immigration, you may contact our attorneys at info@scottcclaw.com or call us at one of our offices listed conveniently at  www.scottcclaw.com.

ScottMond Law Firm

www.scottcclaw.com

One Response to TPS – Special Situations and Humanitarian Relief Such as Flooding

  • edna escobar says:

    hi i am from guatemala and i need to know if i quilified for this TPS – Special Situations and Humanitarian Relief Such as Flooding

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