Do It Yourself Immigration: Temporary Protected Status
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Do It Yourself Immigration: Temporary Protected Status

How to It Obtain and Maintain Temporary Protected Status Without Hiring an Expensive Lawyer.
4.7 (7 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
1,733 students enrolled
Created by Spencer Larche
Last updated 1/2015
English
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • File for temporary protected status without attorney assistance.
  • Secure work authorization from USCIS without attorney assistance.
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Requirements
  • Anyone can take this course without any prior knowledge.
Description

This course is intended to give an overview of Temporary Protected Status (TPS), as granted by the U.S. government, and provide detailed instructions on how to apply for TPS without the need for an attorney. If you have no prior criminal convictions or immigration violations, this course may save you hundreds of dollars in attorneys' fees.

By the end of this course, you will know how to complete every required form, which supporting documents are required, how to secure work authorization, and how to maintain your TPS status.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is for foreign nationals of countries designated for temporary protected status (TPS), which includes: El Salvador, Guinea, Haiti, Honduras, Liberia, Nicaragua, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Suda, South Sudan, and Syria.
  • If you are from any of these countries, you may be eligible for TPS and work authorization. By taking this course, you will learn more about TPS, your potential eligibility, and the filing process.
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Overview of Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
3 Lectures 23:08

This lecture provides an brief description of what TPS is and the benefits that one can receive from TPS status.

Preview 04:56

Many find the difference between asylum and TPS to be confusing. This lecture makes the distinction clear and will help you determine which one is for you.

Preview 06:57

This lecture provides a summary of the TPS eligibliity requirements.

Am I eligible for TPS?
11:15
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How to File for Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
3 Lectures 23:49

This lecture is a detailed examination of the Form I-821, Application for Temporary Protected Status.

Form I-821, Application for Temporary Protected Status
14:21

This lecture is a detailed examination of the Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization.

Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization
04:33

In this lecture, we discuss precisely what supporting documentation should be submitted to USCIS.

Supporting Documentation for TPS
04:55
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Post-Filing Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Issues
2 Lectures 11:46

Learn what to expect after you file and how to maintain TPS status once received.

Post-Filing Process and Maintenance
05:43

Learn how the combination of TPS and Advanced Parole can "cure" entering without inspection.

BONUS: Matter of Arrabally & Yerrabelly
06:03
About the Instructor
Spencer Larche
4.6 Average rating
26 Reviews
2,268 Students
3 Courses
Immigration Attorney

I am an attorney whose practice is focused on both family and business immigration. I have significant experience aiding business clients with the preparation of various non-immigrant, employment visa petitions, including those in the H-1B (professionals), H-2B (temporary/seasonal workers), E-1 / E-2 (treaty traders/investors), L-1A (intracompany transferees), J (exchange visitors), and R (religious workers) categories. I also regularly advise clients on PERM processing with the Department of Labor and employment based green cards in the EB-1, EB-2, and EB-3 categories.

For my individual clients, I assist them in obtaining visas, permanent residence, and citizenship, among other things. I have experience with non-immigrant visa petitions, including those in the B-1/B-2 (business/pleasure), F-1 (student), and K (fiancée) categories, and immigrant visa petitions, including adjustments of status, VAWA petitions, and extreme hardship waivers. I have also represented individuals in removal proceedings.

I am a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and am licensed to practice law in Alabama, Mississippi, and Wisconsin.