Immigration Lawyers Sue DHS to extend TPS

Immigration Lawyers Sued the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to extend Temporary Protective Status (TPS) and protect from deportation El Salvadorans, Haitians, Nicaraguans and Sudanese. TPS for these countries is otherwise is scheduled to be terminated in 2019. Our immigration attorneys have looked into many other options for our clients who are at risk of losing their TPS status but may have other ways to obtaining legal status in the U.S. as permanent residents. Other options include I-601A waivers of inadmissibility, adjustment of status through INA Section 245(i), adjustment of status based on visa entries, cancellation of removal, military parole in place and asylum.

The plaintiffs filed a class action suit and motion for preliminary injunction to force the government to preserve TPS for more than 200,000 individuals, stating that TPS terminations was unconstitutional and violated the Administrative Procedure Act.

For a free consultation, contact our immigration lawyers in Las Vegas at (702) 836-9003 or in Reno, Carson City and Northern Nevada at (775) 826-2099. You may also contact our lead immigration attorney via email by clicking here. 

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