Yesterday the U.S. and El Salvador signed a number of documents to implement greater collaboration on information sharing, border and aviation security, and international diplomacy, and announced additional time for citizens for El Salvador with Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to repatriate.
The Trump Administration is extending the validity of work permits for TPS holders from El Salvador through January 4, 2021. Additionally, the Trump Administration is providing El Salvadorans with TPS an additional 365 days after the conclusion of the TPS-related lawsuits to repatriate back to their home country.
If you have questions about TPS, speak with our U.S. immigration lawyers by calling 212-203-4795.
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