I would say it won't hurt you. I'm not aware of any rule prohibiting it.
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no, it should hurt you application. I agree with my colleague in that I am not aware of any rules prohibiting it.
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If you are eligible for TPS you can and should apply for TPS benefits. It will not have any adverse effect on your asylum case.
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Salam. Syria was just recently redesignated for TPS. I would take advantage of it. Please obtain a full legal consultation for your case and file if you are eligible.