Temporary Protected Status for Ukrainians JurisQ Legal Q&A

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The Biden administration is expanding Temporary Protected Status (TPS) eligibility for Ukrainians living in the U.S., moving up the program's cut-off date by six weeks, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced Monday.

I invited an Immigration Attorney Yakov Spektor to discuss the details of how this would work to let the Ukrainians who are in US already to stay and work legally in the United Sates.

Yakov Spektor, Esq.
Spektor, Spektor & Berman, P.C.
299 Broadway, Suite 1020
New York, NY 1007
646-543-0745

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The Biden administration is expanding Temporary Protected Status (TPS) eligibility for Ukrainians living in the U.S., moving up the program's cut-off date by six weeks, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced Monday.

I invited an Immigration Attorney Yakov Spektor to discuss the details of how this would work to let the Ukrainians who are in US already to stay and work legally in the United Sates.

Yakov Spektor, Esq.
Spektor, Spektor & Berman, P.C.
299 Broadway, Suite 1020
New York, NY 1007
646-543-0745

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