Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Granted For Haitians

Posted on January 18th, 2010, by James Livesay in Immigration Law. Comments Off on Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Granted For Haitians

Temporary Protected Status (TPS) has been granted for undocumented Haitians who have been in the United States as of January 12, 2010. The registration period will likely start next week and will last for 180 days. During that time, the law firm of Livesay & Myers, P.C. will file TPS applications for qualified applicants, including work permits. Applicants must prove their Haitian nationality with documents such as a passport or birth certificate.

Our immigration lawyers charge a flat legal fee of $250 for such TPS applications. In addition to that legal fee, the following costs apply: $50 TPS registration fee, $80 biometrics fee (no biometrics fee if applicant is under 14), and $340 work permit fee.

If you or a loved one require assistance with an application for Temporary Protected Status (TPS), or any other immigration law matter, contact us to schedule your initial consultation with an experienced immigration attorney today. Our immigration lawyers represent clients throughout Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia.

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Attorney James Livesay is a Partner at Livesay & Myers. After graduating from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1998, he began his legal career in the Navy JAG Corps, before entering private practice as a Virginia family lawyer in 2001. Along with partner Kevin Myers, Mr. Livesay founded Livesay & Myers in 2003. Today he advises the attorneys in each of the firm’s four offices.

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