About Temporary Protected Status
Evading Hazardous Homeland Conditions
Temporary Protected Status is a temporary immigration status that is granted to certain individuals from designated countries. Temporary Protected Status can be provided to aliens in the United States by the Attorney General in the case of hazardous homeland conditions such as: violent conflicts, disasters or other extraordinary temporary conditions. Temporary Protected Status does not provide the individual with permanent residency, however, it can help to keep you removed from an unsafe condition. If you believe that you may be entitled to temporary protected status, you should speak with the attorneys from
LawCenter PLC as soon as you are able.
Providing Safety for You & Your Family
Temporary protected status is different than asylum or refugee status in that it provides protection for those whose countries are in turmoil. Asylum and
refugees status are generally reserved for those individuals that have been exposed to maltreatment or are being threatened with some type of persecution. Temporary protected status is limited to those who reside in certain countries. Criminals and those that may be considered a threat to security may not be eligible for TPS. If you are eligible for TPS, it is extremely important that you apply for it in a timely manner. Our firm has over 22 years of experience and we have assisted many individuals with obtaining TPS. An experienced immigration attorney from the firm can discuss your options with you. It is extremely important that your temporary protected status is handled correctly and is free from errors that may harm your eligibility. Please call the firm today so that we can assist you with your case immediately. We understand how important obtaining temporary protected status can be to your well-being and survival. We are here to handle your questions thoroughly and answer our phones 24 hours a day.
Contact our legal team at LawCenter today so that you can understand your options