Individuals from Venezuela who would like to come to the United States need to know that the country was given Temporary Protected Status (TPS) on March 9 of this year. This makes it possible for them to register under this status and take advantage of the immigration opportunity being offered.
That said, registration has now been open for a few months, and it is important to take action before that period closes. What will happen after it does is unclear, but the safest way to proceed is to act quickly and make use of the current status. So, when does that period end? What is the deadline that you’re up against if you have not already submitted the proper paperwork?
You have 180 days from March 9th
When the Temporary Protected Status was set up, immigrants were given 180 days to apply. That started on the 9th of March, as noted above, and it will end on September 5, 2021.
This is a lengthy overall time period, but you can see that the deadline is already fast approaching. That doesn’t mean immigration is impossible after that deadline, but TPS may not be renewed for a greater amount of time and things could get complicated.
Additionally, applying and working through the legal process takes time. The sooner you begin, the sooner you will get through all of the red tape and discover what options you have. If you have any questions about the registration process or what Temporary Protected Status means for you, be sure you look into the proper legal steps you’ll need to take at your earliest convenience.