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News Release: Temporary Protected Status (TPS) - Honduras extended until July 5, 2018, Nicaragua to terminate on January 5, 2019

Breaking News Release from USCIS - Honduras & Nicaragua TPS

Acting Secretary Elaine Duke Announcement on Temporary Protected Status for Nicaragua And Honduras

Release Date: November 6, 2017

WASHINGTON— Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Elaine Duke has determined that Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is no longer necessary for nationals of Nicaragua and will terminate the designation on January 5, 2019. She has also announced that more information is needed to determine the necessity of the TPS designation for eligible nationals of Honduras, and thus extended the TPS designation until July 5, 2018. Based on the information available, it is possible that TPS designation for Honduras will be terminated after the 6-month extension.

If you currently hold TPS from a country slated to lose TPS designation, you will be required to leave the country or begin the process of obtaining legal immgiration status, if you are eligible, on or before the TPS termination date. Contact us today to help you determine if you have a path to legal immigration status.

Click here for the full press release from DHS.


**If you have questions about your eligibility for TPS and/ or are looking to file, contact an experienced immigration attorney at The Shapiro Law Firm, LLC, today.**