TPS Haiti (EAD) Work Permits Extended 180 Days- Re-registration Ongoing…

TPS Haiti (EAD) Work Permits Extended 180 Days- Re-registration Ongoing. USCIS, on January 18, 2018, automatically extended the validity of employment authorization documents (EADs) issued under the extension of TPS Haiti for 180 days, through July 21, 2018.


Work Permit (EAD) Automatic Extension 180 Days

If you are a TPS beneficiary under the Haiti designation and your EAD is based on your TPS status with an original expiration date of January 22, 2018, your EAD is covered by this automatic extension and you may continue to work through July 21, 2018 using your current EAD.


Never Received Your New EAD

Individuals who have EADs with an expiration date of July 22, 2017, and who applied for a new EAD during the last re-registration period but have not yet received their new EADs are also covered by this automatic extension.

Individuals may show their EAD indicating a July 22, 2017 expiration date and their EAD application receipt (Notice of Action, Form I-797C) that notes the application was received on or after May 24, 2017, along with this statement, to employers as proof of continued employment authorization through July 21, 2018.


TPS Re-registration Ongoing…

To maintain TPS status, you must re-register during the 60-day re-registration period that runs from Jan. 18, 2018, through March 19, 2018.

If USCIS approves your TPS re-registration application and you applied for and paid the fee for a new EAD, you will be issued a new EAD with the expiration date of July 22, 2019.


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