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NEWS ALERT (Immigration): Temporary Protective Status (TPS) Now Considered an “Admission” for Adjust

On March 31, 2017, the 9th Circuit Court held that a person who has received Temporary Protective Status (TPS) is deemed to have been "inspected and admitted" for purposes of adjusting status to become a resident. TPS is a type of relief given to immigrants whose country has been designated as a danger to return to, due to natural disasters, disease outbreak, or armed conflict. If an immigrant’s home country has been designated as “dangerous”, to be granted TPS, he/she has to establish that (1) he/she has lived in the United States physically and continuously, since the time their home country has been designated “dangerous,” and (2) he/she has no more than one misdemeanor and no felonies.

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