Temporary Protected Status (TPS)

Definition of "Temporary Protected Status (TPS)"
  1. A protective mechanism of the U.S. government for people from specific countries undergoing war or natural disasters, enabling them to live and work in the U.S. for a set duration, without facilitating U.S. permanent residence
How to use "Temporary Protected Status (TPS)" in a sentence
  1. Due to the devastating earthquake in her homeland, Maria was granted Temporary Protected Status (TPS).
  2. Under Temporary Protected Status (TPS), Ali could live and work in the U.S. legally while his country was at war.
  3. Due to worsening conditions in his country due to natural disasters, John applied for Temporary Protected Status (TPS).

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