Is your DED or TPS expiring? Find out what you can do

Ingarihi hokiNo Ingarihi

Ko to koutou TPS te pau-к- ranei? Pānuitia te whakahōunga hou mō ngā hōtaka TPS me-к- katoa. Kimihia ngā mōhiohio e pā ana ki TPS o tou whenua. Ako e pā ana ki o koutou kōwhiringa i muri pau TPS.

Is your TPS or DED expiring? Read the latest updates for all TPS and DED programs. Find information about your country’s TPS. Learn about your options after TPS expires.

whakaahua: www.americanimmigrationcouncil.org
Photo: www.americanimmigrationcouncil.org

Update August 1, 2019: TPS Syria has been extended for 18 marama.

Update August 1, 2019: TPS Syria has been extended for 18 months.

Today the Department of Homeland Security extended TPS Syria for eighteen months from September 30, 2019. See TPS Syria for more details.

Today the Department of Homeland Security extended TPS Syria for eighteen months from September 30, 2019. See TPS Syria for more details.

Update June 2019: Parents with children in the CAM program should get a letter from the US government.

Update June 2019: Parents with children in the CAM program should get a letter from the US government.

Are you from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala and was your application to the Central American Minors Program (CAM) conditionally approved? Do you still have legal status in the USA? The government is starting to process approved CAM applications. The government is sending a letter like this to parents who were conditionally approved for CAM. If you believe you still qualify and have not received the letter, IRAP can help you. Pānuitia information about CAM from IRAP and find contact information for IRAP.

Are you from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala and was your application to the Central American Minors Program (CAM) conditionally approved? Do you still have legal status in the USA? The government is starting to process approved CAM applications. The government is sending a letter like this to parents who were conditionally approved for CAM. If you believe you still qualify and have not received the letter, IRAP can help you. Read information about CAM from IRAP and find contact information for IRAP.

Call the CAM hotlines for information:

Call the CAM hotlines for information:

USA: +1 (917) 410-7546 • El Salvador: +503 2113 3539
USA: +1 (917) 410-7546 • El Salvador: +503 2113 3539
Or email for help: info@menoresCAM.com

Or email for help: info@menoresCAM.com

Update May 2019: He aha i te kauwhau i te kāwanatanga e pā ana ki Nepal TPS me Honduras TPS i Mei 2019?

Update May 2019: What did the government announce about Nepal TPS and Honduras TPS in May 2019?

tukuna te kāwanatanga he fanongonongo hou i runga i Mei 10, 2019. ta te kāwanatanga, “Ka mau tonu whai i raro i te iku'anga TPS mo Nepal me Honduras ratou TPS, whakaratohia e kore te mana TPS o te takitahi mawehe atu hoki o te whakauru.” This announcement is because of a court decision.

The government issued a new announcement on May 10, 2019. The government says, “Beneficiaries under the TPS designations for Nepal and Honduras will retain their TPS, provided that an individual’s TPS status is not withdrawn because of ineligibility.” This announcement is because of a court decision.

Update April 2019: News e pā ana ki nga tama a TPS kau ma'u i Honduras, El Salvador and of people from Guatemala

Update April 2019: News about the children of TPS holders from Honduras, El Salvador and of people from Guatemala

April 12, 2019: mea te marae US kua me te tukatuka i te kāwanatanga US nga tamariki nei i whakaaetia ki te haere mai ki te USA raro i te Hōtaka Central American ngā rangatahi. Ko nga tamariki i haere mai ki te uru atu to ratou mau metua, many of whom are TPS holders from Honduras and El Salvador. Otiia i katia te hōtaka i te kāwanatanga i roto i 2017, a tata 2,700 i mutu ngā tamariki i te haere mai. Te raupapa kōti anake pā ki ngā tamariki nei i kē i roto i te hōtaka. E kore e tango i te hōtaka tetahi tono hou.

April 12, 2019: A US court has said the US government must process the children who were approved to come to the USA under the Central American Minors Program. The children were coming to join their parents, many of whom are TPS holders from Honduras and El Salvador. But the program was closed by the government in 2017, and almost 2,700 children were stopped from coming. The court order only applies to children who were already in the program. The program is not taking any new applications.

Update March 2019: He aha te mea te rongo hou e pā ana ki-к- hoki Liberians?

Update March 2019: What is the latest news about DED for Liberians?

March 28, 2019: Kua kauwhautia te kāwanatanga US i Tautuku Wehenga whakaūtia (-к-) hoki kua iwi i Liberia kua atu ra ano Maehe 30, 2020.

March 28, 2019: The US government has announced that Deferred Enforced Departure (DED) for people from Liberia has been extended until March 30, 2020.

Update February/March 2019: What is the latest news about TPS?

Update February/March 2019: What is the latest news about TPS?

Hui-tanguru 28, 2019: ka mea te Tari o Haumarutanga Homeland kua poto TPS kua atu hoki whenua e wha. kau ma'u TPS i El Salvador, Haiti, ka whiwhi Sudan me Nicaragua he toronga aunoa ki Hānuere 2020. E pā ana te toronga ki tuhinga whakamanatanga mahi rawa. Pānuitia te pānui DHS.

February 28, 2019: the Department of Homeland Security said TPS has been temporarily extended for four countries. TPS holders from El Salvador, Haiti, Sudan and Nicaragua will get an automatic extension to January 2020. The extension applies to employment authorization documents too. Read the DHS notice.

March 8, 2019: ka mea te Tari o Haumarutanga Homeland TPS i atu mo South Sudan. Pānuitia te pānui DHS e pā ana ki South Sudan.

March 8, 2019: the Department of Homeland Security said TPS had been extended for South Sudan. Read the DHS notice about South Sudan.

March 12, 2019: whakaae te kāwanatanga ki te whakaroa i te mutunga o TPS mo Honduras ko Nepal. TPS mo enei whenua e rua e kore e mutu noa homai pānui anō te. Ka whakawhirinaki te rā whakamutunga i runga i te hua o te take marae. Ki te taea te hua take kōti ki TPS te mutunga, Ka tonu i kau ma'u Nepali me Honitulá TPS i te iti rawa 120 ra ki te waiho i muri homai te tikanga kei te. Ka whakahou matou tenei whārangi, no te to tatou ētahi atu pārongo. Ka taea hoki e koe te tirohia te paetukutuku USCIS mō pānui. Tirohia hoki tetahi faaararaa USCIS hou e pā ana ki Honduras ko Nepal konei.

March 12, 2019: the government agreed to delay the end of TPS for Honduras and Nepal. TPS for these two countries will not end until further notice is given. The final date will depend on the result of a court case. If the court case result allows TPS to end, Nepali and Honduran TPS holders will still have at least 120 days to leave after the order is given. We will update this page as soon as we have more information. You can also check the USCIS website for announcements. Check for any new USCIS announcements about Honduras and Nepal here.

Eaha tei tupu ki toku TPS?

What happened to my TPS?

i roto i te 2017, ka mea te kāwanatanga US e te āta mutu te hōtaka TPS. pau TPS ko-к- (pito) mō te iwi i runga i ngā rā rerekē. Ētahi o ēnei rā kia huri ano e tika ana ki te take kōti e kore nei e i whakaritea ano.

In 2017, the US government said that the TPS program is slowly ending. TPS and DED expires (ends) for people on different dates. Some of these dates may change again due to a court case that has not been decided yet.

Tēnā pāwhiri i runga i te ingoa whenua i raro hoki ngā mōhiohio e pā ana ki TPS i whenua me e pā ana ki o koutou kōwhiringa. Ko te kōrero i roto i te reo Ingarihi, a whakawhitia ake ki o koutou ake reo.

Please click on the country names below for information about TPS by country and about your options. The information is in English and translated into your own language.

TPS hoki El Salvador pau i runga i Hānuere 2, 2020.

TPS for El Salvador expires on January 2, 2020.

TPS mō Haiti pau i runga i Hānuere 2, 2020.

TPS for Haiti expires on January 2, 2020.

TPS mō Honduras pau i runga i Hānuere 5, 2020, engari kia huri tenei kati tika ki te whakatau kōti.

TPS for Honduras expires on January 5, 2020, but this deadline may change due to a court decision.

Kua-к- mō te iwi i Liberia kua atu ra ano Maehe 30, 2020.

DED for people from Liberia has been extended until March 30, 2020.

Kua TPS hoki Nepal kua atu ra ano Maehe 24, 2020, e tika ana ki te whakatau kōti.

TPS for Nepal has been extended until March 24, 2020, due to a court decision.

TPS mō Nicaragua pau i runga i Hānuere 2, 2020.

TPS for Nicaragua expires on January 2, 2020.

TPS mō Somalia pau i runga i Maehe 17, 2020.

TPS for Somalia expires on March 17, 2020.

TPS hoki South Sudan pau i runga i Noema 2, 2020.

TPS for South Sudan expires on November 2, 2020.

TPS mō Sudan pau i runga i Hānuere 2, 2020.

TPS for Sudan expires on January 2, 2020.

TPS for Syria expires on March 31, 2021.

TPS for Syria expires on March 31, 2021.

TPS mō Yemen pau i runga i Maehe 3, 2020.

TPS for Yemen expires on March 3, 2020.

He aha te tikanga o tenei hoki ahau me toku hapu?

What does this mean for me and my family?

Ki te mea ko koe te taata tei mau TPS i tetahi o nga whenua i runga ake, ka mutu koutou te tiaki i runga i te ngā rā whakaaturia i runga ake. tikanga o tēnei ka whai koe ki te huri i tō tūnga waiho ranei te United States. Ki te meatia e koe tetahi mea, ka meinga e koe he manene mōhiotia. Ka aituä koe hopu me te whakahekenga.

If you are a TPS holder from one of the above countries, your protection will end on the dates shown above. This means you will have to change your status or leave the United States. If you do nothing, you will become an undocumented immigrant. You will risk arrest and deportation.

Aha kia meatia e ahau inaianei, ki te kei te te pau toku TPS?

What should I do now if my TPS is expiring?

1) Pānuitia te whārangi i runga i te mea e pā ana ki TPS o tou whenua-к- ranei.

1) Read the page above that is about your country’s TPS or DED.

2) Ka taea hoki te pānui i online ngā mōhiohio ki te kia e mōhio koe e pā ana ki o koutou kōwhiringa.

2) You can also read information online to make sure you are informed about your choices.

3) Ka taea e koe te rapu i te tauturu ture i te ngaio e tohunga ana i roto i te manene.

3) You can seek legal help from a professional who specializes in immigration.

4) Read more information online:

4) Read more information online:

Kimihia ngā rauemi manene i roto i to koutou hapori

Find immigration resources in your community

whakamahi koa to matou pātengi raraunga FindHello ki te titiro mō ngā rōpū i roto i to koutou hapori e te āwhina ki te take manene, me te tohutohu ture.

Please use our FindHello database to look for organizations in your community that help with immigration matters and legal advice.

ngā ano te pātengi raraunga manene märamatanga rau o ngā rōpū, kāwanatanga i te kāwanatanga, e tokoni manene.

The Informed Immigrant database also lists hundreds of organizations, state by state, that help immigrants.

Me pēhea te ki te āwhina i TPS kau ma'u

How to help TPS holders

He aha te Tūnga Pare Rangitahi (TPS)?

What is Temporary Protected Status (TPS)?

TPS tuku tiaki ki te iwi i roto i te United States e kore e taea e te tangata e haere humarie hoki ki to ratou fenua. kia tenei no te mea o te pakanga i te mea o fakatamaki fakanatulá ranei. E pā ana TPS ki etahi iwi i tika tekau whenua.

TPS offers protection to people in the United States who cannot safely go back to their homeland. This may be because of conflict or because of natural disasters. TPS applies to some people from just ten countries.

TPS taea iwi ki te noho i roto i te United States me te mahi ture, engari e kore e hoatu i te reira ratou raraunga he kāri matomato ranei. Ka taea e TPS kau ma'u noho i te iti rawa e ono marama. Kua ētahi kau ma'u TPS whakaaetia ki te noho hoki neke atu i te kotahi tekau nga tau.

TPS allows people to stay in the United States and work legally, but it does not give them citizenship or a green card. TPS holders can stay at least six months. Some TPS holders have been allowed to stay for more than ten years.

whakaahua: Helen Parshall / Capital News Ratonga
Photo: Helen Parshall/Capital News Service

Ko wai te āwhina?

Who is helping?

Te Interfaith Manene Coalition (IIC) Ko te hononga o ngā rōpū e hāngai ana te whakapono-mahia ki te manene whakahou e manako tauhou katoa me akono taata katoa tangata rangatira me te whakaute. mahi tahi ona ngā mema ki te taunaki mō ngā kaupapa here manene tika me tōkeke, ngā hapori whakapono, a mahi taupori manene huri noa te motu.

The Interfaith Immigration Coalition (IIC) is a partnership of faith-based organizations committed to immigration reform that welcomes all newcomers and treats all human beings with dignity and respect. Its members work together to advocate for just and equitable immigration policies, educate faith communities, and serve immigrant populations around the country.

haere i te paetukutuku IIC ki te kitea huarahi e taea te tango e koe mahi ki te āwhina i te paruru TPS. Ka taea e koe te tauturu i TPS kau ma'u i roto i to koutou hapori me puta noa te United States.

Go the IIC website to find ways you can take action to help defend TPS. You can help TPS holders in your community and across the United States.

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