The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has extended TPS for Ukraine for 18 months and redesigned the program to allow more Ukrainians to benefit. The new designation also includes a Special Student Relief program for Ukrainian F-1 students. Current beneficiaries must re-register during the 60-day re-registration period to keep their TPS and employment authorization.
DHS has extended Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Ukraine for 18 months, from October 20, 2023, through April 19, 2025.
DHS will also extend the designations of:
TPS is an individual benefit, meaning that family members cannot derive TPS because their spouse or parent receives TPS. This means that each person must meet the eligibility requirements for TPS in order to be granted the status. Family members may each apply for TPS on their own individual applications, either simultaneously or at different times.
Our guide answers frequently asked questions about Temporary Protected Status, including:
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