Good News For Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Holders in Sixth and Ninth Circuits

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    Path to Permanent Residence Status
    September 17 2018

    A large number of non-citizens with Temporary Protected Status (TPS) are now eligible to apply for lawful Permanent Residence Status, according to new court rulings.

    According to the Sixth and Ninth Circuits, “a grant of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) amounts to an “admission” for purposes of adjustment of status under section 245(a) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).” Therefore, according to these court rulings, “an individual in TPS status who initially entered without inspection (EWI) satisfies the “inspected and admitted or paroled” statutory requirement.

    Click on the link below to learn more and find out how you or your relatives can benefit from these court rulings, as outlined by the American Immigration Council. 

    The Path From TPS to Permanent Residence Status

    If you have any questions regarding this court ruling or any other immigration-related queries, please call us at (702) 987-0202 for a free consultation.

    Published by Puneet K. Garg

    Attorney Puneet K. Garg is one of the founding partners of Anthem Injury Law. He has vast experience serving various clients with their different needs. Puneet’s representation of clients has included serving as counsel to Fortune 500 companies, large and small healthcare providers, celebrities, large and small businesses, personal injury victims and individuals needing help with their everyday needs. He has represented clients from all over the world in both state and federal court in Nevada.

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