Immigration Law

TPS (Temporary Protected Status)

At the law office of Gabriel J. Carrera, you’ll find a dedicated ally in your quest for Temporary Protected Status (TPS). Known among his clients as “The Attorney That Rides,” Mr. Carrera brings a unique energy and dedication to each case, ensuring that those seeking TPS receive the support and guidance they need.

TPS Services Offered

  • Individualized Consultations: Understanding your story is the first step. Mr. Carrera listens intently to provide tailored advice for your TPS application.
  • Application Filing: Navigating the TPS application process can be daunting. Mr. Carrera assists with the preparation and filing of your application, ensuring accuracy and completeness.
  • Legal Representation: Should any legal challenges arise, Mr. Carrera is prepared to represent you, offering steadfast support throughout the TPS process.

The Attorney That Rides Approach Gabriel J. Carrera’s approach is all about movement and progress. His commitment to his clients is unwavering, whether it’s a straightforward application or a complex legal hurdle. His moniker, “The Attorney That Rides,” is a testament to his dynamic approach to legal practice.

Building Trust and Confidence Mr. Carrera’s focus is on building a relationship of trust with each client. He understands the importance of TPS for you and your family, and he’s committed to providing the support you need with compassion and understanding.

Start Your TPS Journey If you’re in need of assistance with your TPS application, Gabriel J. Carrera is ready to ride along with you. Reach out to us to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards securing your status in the United States.

To be eligible for TPS, you must:

  • Be a national of a country designated for TPS, or a person without nationality who last habitually resided in the designated country;
  • File during the open initial registration or re-registration period, or you meet the requirements for late initial filing during any extension of your country’s TPS designation (Late initial filers see ‘Filing Late’ section below);
  • Have been continuously physically present (CPP) in the United States since the effective date of the most recent designation date of your country; and
  • Have been continuously residing (CR) in the United States since the date specified for your country. (See your country’s TPS web page to the left). The law allows an exception to the continuous physical presence and continuous residence requirements for brief, casual and innocent departures from the United States. When you apply or re-register for TPS, you must inform USCIS of all absences from the United States since the CPP and CR dates. USCIS will determine whether the exception applies in your case.

You may NOT be eligible for TPS or to maintain your existing TPS if you:

  • Have been convicted of any felony or two or more misdemeanors committed in the United States;
  • Are found inadmissible as an immigrant under applicable grounds in INA section 212(a), including non-waivable criminal and security-related grounds;
  • Are subject to any of the mandatory bars to asylum. These include, but are not limited to, participating in the persecution of another individual or engaging in or inciting terrorist activity;
  • Fail to meet the continuous physical presence and continuous residence in the United States requirements;
  • Fail to meet initial or late initial TPS registration requirements; or
  • If granted TPS, you fail to re-register for TPS, as required, without good cause.

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