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.