am a haitian been living here for 7 years had the tps for 4 years
No, unfortunately not. One needs to be at the very least a lawful permanent resident of the US, i.e. a green card holder. TPS is only temporary status. To join the armed forces one needs permanent status in the U.S.
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No, you would need to be a permanent legal resident at minimum rather than in a temporary status.
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Yes, if you know one of the languages the army is interested in and the army recruits you.
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Aliens holding TPS status may be eligible to enlist under the Army's Military Accessions Vital to the National Interest (MAVNI) program. Since we are presently under a designated period of hostilities, entering in active duty under this program would automatically make you eligible for naturalization as a U.S. citizen without the need for you to become a lawful permanent resident first. Click on the link below for more information.
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