Temporary Protected Status (TPS)

(TPS) أسئلة شائعة وتوجيهات للحاصلين على الوضع المحمي المؤقت
Kesyon Moun Poze Souvan ak Gid pou Moun ki gen TPS yo
Breakdown of how workforce will be affected if TPS is terminated for Haiti, El Salvador and Honduras.
Report on TPS recipients from El Salvador, Honduras and Haiti that highlights contributions to the workforce, the economy and the negative impacts if TPS protections are removed.
Information on the history of and recent terminations of Temporary Protected Status for several countries.
Fact sheet on TPS holders from Haiti, El Salvador and Honduras in key industries and states
Background on recipients of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) and Deferred Enforced Departure (DED) programs and the effect of terminations on recipients and the U.S.
Information on frequently asked questions about TPS, including recent developments
Information on what TPS is and recent TPS developments
Fact sheet on Temporary Protected Status
Information on what TPS is and recent TPS developments
Fact sheet on Temporary Protected Status for Honduras, El Salvador and Haiti
A multilingual, interactive FB Messenger tool that answers questions regarding TPS status and renewals for a number of countries
Introduction to what Temporary Protected Status is, who qualifies, how to apply and recent developments.
One page fact sheet on Temporary Protected Status economic benefits and consequences of termination
Information on Honduras’ temporary protected status designation and consequences of program extension or termination
Report on temporary protected status including an overview of the program, country designations and current developments
Resource portal for allies and recipients of Temporary Protected Status and Deferred Enforced Departure including key dates, practitioner guides, litigation updates and advocacy tools.
Report on economic contributions made by recipients of TPS from El Salvador, Haiti and Honduras to GDP, Medicare, Social Security and more. Highlights financial and social consequences of TPS terminations.
This report presents findings from a nationwide survey of immigrants holding Temporary Protected Status (TPS). Results explore educational attainment, economic activities, taxes, community involvement and more and conclude that TPS status is overwhelming beneficial to both recipients and the U.S.
Information for businesses that currently employ TPS recipients.