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18-Month Extension of Temporary Protected Status for Nationals of Nicaragua
WASHINGTON—U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced today that it will extend Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to nationals of Nicaragua through July 5, 2010. The extension will make those who have already been granted TPS eligible to reregister and maintain their status for an additional 18 months. There are approximately 3,500 nationals of
The extension of TPS for
TPS beneficiaries must submit the Application for Temporary Protected Status Form I-821without the application fee and the Application for Employment Authorization Form I-76 in order to reregister for TPS. All applicants seeking an extension of employment authorization through July 5, 2010 must submit the required application filing fee with Form I-765. If the applicant is only seeking to reregister for TPS and is not seeking an extension of employment authorization, he or she must submit Form I-765 for data-gathering purposes only, and is not required to submit the I-765 filing fee. The biometric service fee must be submitted by all reregistrants 14 years of age and older. Applicants may request a fee waiver for any of the application or biometric service fees in accordance with the regulations. Failure to submit the required filing fees or a properly documented fee waiver request will result in the rejection of the reregistration application.
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