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Congress confer valid and lawful status as nonimmigrant to aliens currently under a grant of Temporary Protected Status in order for them to adjust status to permanent residents, regardless of how they have entered in the United States: INA 244(f)(4).
The 5th Circuit Court allow TPS EWI to adjust status to Green Card holder, if they are beneficiaries of an approved petition from US citizen mate. The 5th Circuit Immigration Court reasons that a grant of 'TPS waives a prior unlawful entry' since aliens have to be admissible in the U.S. to get such grant. However, the 11th Circuit Court rejects such reasoning, despite such logic is supported by INA 244(f)(4) and Black Letter.
What it would takes for the 11th Circuit Court to change its course by complying with INA 244(f)(4) principles?