Protective Status for Nationals of Liberia
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- The Attorney General has extended for 12 months, from
March 29, 1995 to March 28, 1996, Temporary Protective
Status, TPS, for eligible nationals of Liberia. Any alien
who was a national of Liberia or any alien having no
nationality who last resided in Liberia and who has been
present in the United States since March 27, 1991 and
was previously granted TPS, must comply with
- Eligible applicants are required to re-register from March
29, 1995 until April 27, 1995 by filing a new Form I-821
application for TPS together with Form I-765,
"Application for Employment Authorization". There is
no filing fee for the Form I-821 when filed as part of the
re-registration application. Although all TPS
re-registrations must include Form I-765, the filing fee is
only required when Employment Authorization is
- However, late re-registration applications may be
allowed. Initial registration, after the initial one year
registration period, may be possible in some
circumstances. If any additional information is desired,
contact your local INS office.
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