We are happy to report that this morning the Department of Homeland Security announced that TPS for Hondurans will continue until certain federal court cases are resolved. That means that all Hondurans will be able to continue on TPS status at least until the case Ramos v. Nielsen is decided. Hopefully, immigrants will win the Ramos case and TPS will not be cancelled. This morning's announcement also stated that even if the government wins the case and cancels TPS, they will give a 120-day extension from the date of the court decision. For now Hondurans do NOT have to file additional paperwork in order to receive the extension.
This is good news for all Hondurans out there anxiously awaiting news about their future in the U.S. We strongly encourage anyone from any country who currently holds TPS to consult with us to find out whether there is any other immigration application process that they qualify for. We have helped many individuals with TPS apply for green cards. For future updates, you can the USCIS website.
Currently all the countries that has had their TPS cancellation paused due to this court case are: Sudan, Nicaragua, Haiti, El Salvador, Honduras, and Nepal.