TPS Seminars Offered To Help Haitian Nationals
(www.usimmigrationteam.com) - Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano announced the designation of Haiti for Temporary Protected Status (TPS). This will benefit many Haitian nationals in this country who may now be eligible to remain lawfully in the United States and to obtain authorization to work.
To qualify applicants must register within the 180 day registration period which is expected to commence this week. Additionally, documentation such as a passport, birth certificate, and affidavits, all of which must be translated into English, must accompany the application. Fee waivers may be granted in some situations. However, there has been much confusion following the historic announcement yesterday as to the Haitian TPS application process and, in particular, the best means of documenting one’s eligibility.
In order to help clear up the misconceptions and misinformation, Goldman & Loughlin, PLLC managing partners, Thomas W. Goldman and Peter J. Loughlin, today announced that the “immigration only” law firm will be sponsoring a series of Haitian TPS Application Seminars to assist Haitian community members to determine their eligibility and to apply for TPS.
The meetings, which are open to the public, will be held in Orlando, Naples, Bradenton, Fort Myers and Miami. To obtain details, please call (888) 274-6849.
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- Peter J. Loughlin, Esq
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