TPS Settlement

In response to a lawsuit brought by advocates, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) agreed to restore a path to permanent residency for many Temporary Protected Status (TPS) beneficiaries blocked by then-acting USCIS Director Ken Cuccinelli—an illegally appointed Trump official. Because of the agreement, TPS beneficiaries impacted by this policy will be able to reopen and dismiss their removal orders and apply to adjust their status to become permanent residents—eliminating the threat of deportation if their TPS protections are revoked in the future.

“This victory will change the lives of those individuals impacted.”

– Abel Nuñez
Executive Director, CARECEN

Abel Nunez

Resources for Practitioners

Information for immigration law practitioners to understand the CARECEN settlement agreement, who is eligible, and how they can benefit.

TPS Settlement Practitioners Toolkit Slides

Training Toolkit

Understanding the CARECEN v. Jaddou settlement agreement benefitting certain TPS beneficiaries with prior removal orders.

Questionnaire

Qualification Requirements and FAQ’s

Information on what the settlement is about, how to know if one qualifies, and how to get resources and help when applying for a green card under the settlement.

More resources coming soon.


Questions?

Contact CARECEN:
(202) 328-9799
info@carecendc.org

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