Breaking Good News on Immigration: Haitian TPS is extended! | US Immigration



Hi, good morning. My name is Ifeoma Odunlami. I’m an immigration attorney from Odunlami Law Firm in Cedar Knolls, New Jersey. My law firm serves clients from all 50 states of the United States, and today I have great news. Breaking news, as a matter of fact, for my Haitian brothers and sisters, and the news is that the TPS eligibility date has been extended from May 21, 2021 to July 29, 2021.

So, if you are Haitian and you’re here as of July 29, 2021, you can file for TPS. This came about because of the assassination of the Haitian president and Secretary Mayorkas’ response to that. So, basically if you’re a Haitian national and you’re in the United States and you meet the other qualifications for filing TPS, you can file for TPS as long as you are here by July 29, 2021.

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