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The government of the United States recently announced that it ended the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designation Honduras. The government has extended TPS for Honduras until January 5, 2020, and has not indicated that they plan to extend or renew TPS for Honduras past that date.

If you currently have TPS, it is now time for you to re-apply. If you want to stay in the United States and keep your TPS, you must re-register before August 6, 2018.  This means that Immigration must receive your application before August 6, 2018.

If you miss this deadline, you may lose your TPS, your work permit, and your legal status in the United States.

If you live in Maine and would like help re-registering for TPS, please call ILAP at 207-780-1593 to get more information and schedule an appointment.  We are available to answer questions and/or help complete the forms and submit them to Immigration.

If you do not have TPS already, you will not be able to register during this period of time. However, please contact our office as there may be other options for you to obtain status and/or work authorization.