TPS & DED
I applied for Asylum, I need to apply for TPS or DED? Why?
Yes, apply! The work permit has a special DED or TPS code, it is the only proof that Immigration will not deport you even if your Asylum is denied.
This is a permit rarely granted to people applying for Asylum but is easily obtained by people with Deferred Enforced Departure (DED) or Temporary Protected Status (TPS). You can visit your family in a third country with Advance Parole.*(Travel Permit)
*Advance Parole is permission granted to qualified foreign nationals to allow them to re-enter the United States after temporarily traveling abroad. Individuals who are not U.S. citizens, do not have valid immigrant visas, and have pending applications for certain immigration benefits are required to apply for a travel document and be approved for Advance Parole prior to leaving the United States in order to avoid termination of their pending applications.
If you, family member(s) or friend(s) are from Venezuela and have applied for “legal status” feel free to contact me to set-up your consultation to obtain your TPS or DED; with TPS or DED, your work permit will protect you from deportation.
I will help you obtain your TPS or DED and discuss your options for permanent residency. I will be by your side every step of the way and help you to understand the legal process. You can count on my commitment to you; I will strive to earn your trust.
Call me or submit my online form and we can set-up your TPS and/or DED consultation. Your confidentiality is 100% protected.
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It is strongly recommended that all persons with immigration inquiries seek the counsel of a legal professional.
An immigration attorney can determine the best course of action for any potential case and its unique set of circumstances.