What is the fee for Form I-821?

Form Details

The Applicant Is Applicant’s Age I-821 Fee
Submitting their first TPS application and requesting an EAD Younger than 14 $50
Submitting their first TPS application and requesting an EAD 14-65 years old
Submitting their first TPS application and requesting an EAD 66 and older

How do I fill out Form I-821?

Line-By-Line Instructions for Form I-821

  1. Part 1, Type of Application.
  2. Part 2, Information About You.
  3. Part 3, Biographic Information.
  4. Part 4, Information About Your Current Spouse (if any)
  5. Part 5, Information About Your Former Spouses (if any)
  6. Part 6, Information About Your Children (if any)
  7. Part 7, Eligibility standards.

Can I apply for TPS by myself?

Each person seeking TPS must apply for him or herself on a separate Form I-821. Please see the TPS page on the USCIS website at www.uscis.gov/tps or the latest Federal Register Notice regarding the TPS designation for your country for further information on late initial filing.

How long does Uscis take to process I-821?

approximately 6 months
The processing time for initial Form I-821, Application for Temporary Protected Status, is approximately 6 months; the processing time for Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization, is approximately 3 months; the processing time for Form I-131, Application for Travel Document, is approximately 6 months.

How do I check my TPS status?

At the top of this notice you will find a receipt number which can be used to check the status of your case online. If you do not receive your receipt notice within three weeks of filing, you can call the USCIS Contact Center at 1-800-375-5283 to request assistance.

Can TPS apply for green card?

TPS does not create a direct path to a Green Card. TPS can be renewed if the designation is renewed by the Department of Homeland Security. TPS is not as admission into the U.S. You will have to return to your country and apply for a Green Card from outside the U.S.

What are the documents required for TPS?

What to File

  • Forms. To register or re-register for TPS you must file Form I-821, Application for Temporary Protected Status.
  • Evidence. When filing an initial TPS application, you must submit:
  • Identity and Nationality Evidence.
  • Date of Entry Evidence.
  • Continuous Residence (CR) Evidence.
  • Fees.
  • Fee Waiver.

Can I apply for TPS if I have dual citizenship?

You are not barred from applying for TPS if you have dual citizenship with another country. However, you must meet all of the requirements for TPS.

How long does it take for USCIS to receive my application?

Students filing applications with USCIS can receive both a text/email confirmation of receipt of application and a paper Receipt Notice from USCIS. Generally, the text/email confirmation (if requested when filing the application) is normally received within 7-10 days of filing the application.

When can I start applying for TPS?

TPS Eligibility Anyone who enters the United States after the date of designation generally may not apply for protective status at that time. A country’s Temporary Protected Status is usually for 6, 12, or 18 months, and can be extended at the discretion of the Secretary of Homeland Security.

When do I need to use Form I-821?

Form I-821D must be used to request DACA. Form I-821 is only used to apply for Temporary Protected Status (TPS). When Should I Use Form I-821? Use Form I-821 when registering initially or re-registering for TPS. Do I Have to Request Employment Authorization with My Form I-821?

When does Form I-821 for TPS expire?

Form I-821, instructions, and list of filing fees are available on the I-821 page of the U.S. Citizenship and Naturalization Services (USCIS) website ( www.uscis.gov). The guidance below refers to the version of the form issued 07/03/19, expiring 07/31/2022.

Where do you put no status on I-821?

If you entered unlawfully, you would put “no status.” The Port of Entry is the border post, airport, or other place you came into the country. If you obtained a visa for entry, then you should also have an I-94; either a physical card or an entry in the Customs and Border Protection database (go to the CBP’s website ).

How do I pay for USCIS lockbox form?

When filing at a USCIS Lockbox facility, you may also pay by credit card using Form G-1450, Authorization for Credit Card Transactions. If you pay by check, you must make your check payable to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.