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TPS has been extended for Hondurans and Nicaraguans

Recently USCIS has extended Temporary Protected Status (more commonly referred to as TPS) for eligible individuals from both Honduras and Nicaragua. The re-registration window was opened on October 16, 2014 and is open till December 15, 2014. This means that eligible indiTemporary Protected Status for Hondurasviduals can now get both work authorization and a reprieve from deportation from January 2015 till January 2016.

If you’re sure what that means don’t worry and read on as I provide a general overview of the process below, but I would recommend speaking with an attorney to help you with the process to make sure that you are doing everything correctly so contact us today and let us help you through the process.

Only individuals from certain eligible countries, such as Nicaragua and Honduras, can apply for TPS. For a full list of who is designated and the relevant time periods, which I further comment on below, visit the USCIS website.

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Green Card Lottery Registration is Now Open!

The 2016 Diversity Visa Lottery already began taking applications on Oct 1. It will continue to take applications through November 3, 2014. The Diversity Visa Lottery (more commonly known as the Green Card Lottery) allows an individual from certain underrepresented countries to apply to win a visa to the United States with few requirements. Although the chances of winning are slim it is a widely popular program that millions around the world try their luck at winning. However, if you are one of the lucky few to win you are not guaranteed a visa just yet, you must then go through a background check.  If you haven’t yet submitted an application and you are interested in doing so, then you may want to take advantage of the opportunity now by applying here https://www.dvlottery.state.gov/Get your Green Card

As you may already be aware, there has been much debate in the U.S. on overhauling the immigration system as it now stands. 

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