i'm a tps holder, i travel abroard with advance parole and i heard that a can apply dor adjustment of status, please help
I came here legaly and after 3 months a have been granted tps, I recently traveling abroard and i heard that i can apply for adjutment of status, can someone explain me how it's works if it's true please.
please see the responses to your almost identical question.
Please see the answer to your other question.
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The TPS allows you to remain in the United States for the designated period. However, it does not lead directly to a permanent resident status. You still have to have a basis to adjust your status, for example, by having a US citizen spouse, parent or child who can petition on your behalf. You should see an experienced immigration attorney to aassist you.