What Is Temporary Protected Status?

Temporary protected status (TPS) is meant to provide members of other countries with a sense of relief. If you are unable to safely return to your home country or they are unable to handle the return of current citizens, you may be eligible. Barba Inegol Law Firm PLLC has worked with clients throughout Texas who are seeking legal guidance. Fernanda and her team are helpful and informative. She sets clear expectations while helping you find a solution.

Eligibility Explained By A Skilled Lawyer

Anyone who qualifies for TPS is protected by the U.S. government and given employment. However, it doesn’t apply to just anyone. You must be from El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Nepal, Nicaragua, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Syria, Venezuela or Yemen. These countries were selected because they suffered from a major natural disaster or severe civil unrest. You will have to prove you are a national of one of these countries and show you have been physically present in the U.S. for a certain amount of time.

While there are certain requirements you must meet, there are also circumstances that can hold back your eligibility such as if you have been convicted of a felony or two or more misdemeanors, have participated in terrorist activity and fail to re-register when the time comes. Fernanda can answer all of your questions and address any potential issues you may be facing. For any of your immigration concerns, she is here to listen to your concerns and help you find safety.

You Don’t Have Time To Waste; Call Now

It is most important to note that you must file during the registration period. This is why it is crucial that you seek out a lawyer sooner rather than later. Fernanda is an immigrant herself and knows that time is of the essence. To schedule a consultation, call her office in San Antonio at 210-475-3963. You can also send her an email. She is fluent in Spanish, and Turkish consults are available upon request.

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