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Ukrainian Residents In Georgia Can Apply For TPS

By Shirazi Immigration Law, Inc. |

With Russia’s invasion of Ukraine ongoing, it has created a huge exodus of refugees from the country and a great deal of uncertainty of where they will go and how best to support them. In response, the U.S. government recently announced that Temporary Protected Status (TPS) will soon be made available to Ukrainian residents… Read More »

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Good News For Ukrainian And Afghan Residents!

By Shirazi Immigration Law, Inc. |

For Ukrainians and Afghans fleeing horrific conflict in their home countries, it may seem like a stretch to say anything is “good” news. However, many may take a great deal of relief in knowing that the United States has now extended Temporary Protective Status (TPS) to both Ukrainians and Afghans currently in the United… Read More »

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How To File For Temporary Protected Status (TPS) In The United States

By Shirazi Immigration Law, Inc. |

March has been a big month for the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. On March 3, USCIS announced that they would be offering Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to Ukrainians who were in the United States as of March 1, 2022. Then on March 16, USCIS announced that Afghanistan had also been added to the… Read More »

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Are You A Venezuelan Immigrant In Georgia? File For TPS!

By Shirazi Immigration Law, Inc. |

There is good news for Venezuelan immigrants living in Georgia and nationwide: they will now have more time to file for temporary protective status and humanitarian aid in the United States. When President Biden first added Venezuela to the list of TPS-approved countries in March, immigrants were only given a 180 day period to… Read More »

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