What is TPS?
TPS, or Temporary Protected Status, allows people from certain countries to live and work in the United States during a humanitarian crisis in their home countries. See the Top 10 Questions About TPS.
See if you qualify to apply for or renew your TPS.
Click on your country below for more information:
- Burma (Myanmar)
- El Salvador
- South Sudan
Are you a Salvadoran, Honduran, Nicaraguan or Nepali TPS holder? Here's what you should know.
Q&A: New TPS Adjustment Policy
Additional resources and immigration options for people with TPS
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