I'm currently on tps and I would to know if there's a dicussion of renewing it again. And also are they considering giving permanent basis on that status in the future?
Paste the following link on your browser for current countries designated for TPS. TPS by itself has never led to legal permanent residency and I do not anticipate any change. Good luck. htp://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis/menuitem.eb1d4c...
My colleagues have provided excellent comments. My only addition is related to the possibility of country specific regulation that will permit benefits more than tps to be provided. There is no way to predict any future action cocnerning TPS, but the always exists hope. In the past Congress did enable those who had been farmworkers for a certain numebr of seasons in US be granted the limited right to request permanent residency.
If your current TPS status is derived from the Haitian regulations, there exists a strong lobby in Florida and other states to have there be more status available. My suggestion is to watch the USCIS website of any news and not rely on the Haitian media or abagados who will use hopes to take money.
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