Immigrants in the Greenbelt area are in the U.S. in order to have a better life for themselves and their families. There are many immigrants that come to the U.S. to escape problems in their own country. One such group of immigrants are from Venezuela and have come to the U.S. because of a humanitarian and economic crisis in their home country. Some of these immigrants may be given protected status.
Venezuela TPS status
Immigrants from Venezuela who are in the U.S. illegally may be given protected status by the U.S. An estimated 320,000 undocumented Venezuelans have been given Temporary Protected Status (TPS). This designation was given because of the life-threatening economic and humanitarian crisis that have caused 5 million Venezuelans to flee their country. The Biden Administration says there are extraordinary conditions currently in Venezuela that is causing widespread hunger, malnutrition and the presence of armed groups.
An attorney who specializes in immigration understands that immigrants can face an uphill battle in the U.S. An attorney can help their client with family-based visas and green cards, employment-based visas, deportation defense, asylum seekers, VAWA petitions, naturalization applications, Temporary Protected Status (TPS) and immigration appeals. They are passionate to help their client achieve their immigration goals. They can make sure their client’s application is complete, accurate and on time. They can help their client overcome obstacles and find the right solutions to immigration challenges. They can help family members, employers, and those seeking entry into the U.S. or adjustment of status.