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USCIS Extends Work Permits Under TPS Designations for Certain Countries

USCIS Extends Work Permits for TPS Beneficiaries

In today’s blog update, we’ll talk about the Extension of Temporary Protected Status Work Permits announced by the USCIS. So read the full blog and share.

On June 20, 2024, USCIS extended the validity of work permits for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) beneficiaries from El Salvador, Honduras, Nepal, Nicaragua, and Sudan. These beneficiaries will receive Form I-797, notifying them of their Employment Authorization Documents (EADs) extension through March 9, 2025.



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What is TPS?

TPS is a humanitarian U.S. immigration status for nationals who cannot safely return to their home countries due to specific conditions. TPS provides a work permit, protection from deportation, and travel authorization but requires periodic renewals.

Re-registration for TPS

TPS beneficiaries must re-register by submitting Form I-821 during their country’s re-registration period to maintain their benefits:

  • El Salvador
    Until March 9, 2025
  • Honduras
    Until July 5, 2025
  • Nepal
    Until June 25, 2025
  • Nicaragua
    Until July 5, 2025
  • Sudan
    Until April 19, 2025

 

All affected TPS work permits are extended through March 9, 2025, regardless of the filing date.




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Proof of Employment Authorization

Employees can show their Form I-797 and TPS-based EAD with an A12 or C19 code to U.S. employers as proof of employment authorization through March 9, 2025. A full list of eligible EADs is available in our blog. Link mentioned in the description box below.


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Employer Guidance

Employers should note the extension of TPS work permits for re-verifying documents for Form I-9. The expiration dates on these permits may have been extended. For further guidance, contact counsel.

This extension provides crucial stability and continued employment opportunities for TPS beneficiaries from these designated countries.

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