Is the TPS designation for Nepal still in effect?

Is the TPS designation for Nepal still in effect?

Oct. 3, 2018) remains in effect, or by other order of the court. TPS for current beneficiaries under the designation for Nepal will continue, provided that they properly re-registered for TPS during at least one of the following registration periods for their country.

When to apply for temporary protected status in Nepal?

When to File for TPS. If you are eligible to apply for TPS for Nepal, you must register during the initial 180-day registration period that runs from June 24, 2015 through December 21, 2015.

How does Temporary Protected Status ( TPS ) work?

Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is granted by the Secretary of U.S. Department of Homeland Security (Secretary) to eligible foreign born individuals, who are unable to return home safely due to conditions or circumstances preventing their country from adequately handling the return.

When does the Secretary designate a country for TPS?

Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is granted by the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (Secretary) to eligible foreign-born individuals who are unable to return home safely due to conditions or circumstances preventing their country from adequately handling the return. When can the Secretary designate a country for TPS?

When to File for TPS. If you are eligible to apply for TPS for Nepal, you must register during the initial 180-day registration period that runs from June 24, 2015 through December 21, 2015.

When does the FRN for TPS Nepal come out?

On May 10, 2019, DHS published a Federal Register notice (FRN) extending TPS and TPS-related documentation for beneficiaries of TPS Nepal. See 81 FR 74470.

When does TPS expire for Honduras and Nepal?

As evidence of valid TPS, eligible beneficiaries under the TPS designations for Honduras and Nepal may show their TPS-related documents, which have been specified in the Dec. 9, 2020, FRN as having been automatically extended through Oct. 4, 2021, along with that FRN (PDF) (PDF, 374.01 KB).

When to apply for temporary protected status ( TPS )?

If you failed to re-register properly for TPS during at least one of the DHS-announced registration periods in 2016 and 2018 listed above, you should file Form I–821 (Application for Temporary Protected Status), and demonstrate “good cause” for failing to re-register on time, as required by law. For more information, see: