The federal government has recently announced that individuals with Temporary Protected Status (TPS) who are from Honduras and Nicaragua must file renewal and work permit applications between December 15th, 2017 and February 13th, 2018. Work permits will not be automatically extended without submitting the proper forms, fees, and supporting documents.
Individuals with TPS are encouraged to explore other immigration options, as the TPS program may not continue.  The government is evaluating whether or not to extend TPS for Honduras past July 5th, 2018, and it has already been decided that TPS for Nicaragua will terminate on January 5th, 2019. Many individuals with TPS do have other immigration options, such as filing an green card case through an immediate family member (US citizen child, spouse, etc.).
MJ Law is happy to assist with TPS renewals as well as provide comprehensive immigration consults.  Hablamos español.
  • Gabriel Jack helped us apply for an O-1 Visa, when we needed to change visa status and we got it! The documentation required for an O-1 visa is extensive but we managed to complete everything together with Gabriel in about 4 weeks. Gabriel is very professional and knows what is important and he is also easy to talk to and helpful. We are very pleased and will use Gabriel again should there be a need.
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  • Gabriel did a good job. He was easy to deal with, returned calls and did what he said he would – nice change from some lawyers I’ve dealt with. My E3 was approved with no trouble at all…and he’s a really nice person, which is a good bonus. Thanks Gabe!!
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  • We had previously shopped around for an immigration lawyer, but we went with Gabriel. He was very knowledgeable, friendly, and thorough. He was able to help us to prepare a very detailed interview packet, and we got our E2 visa at the end of the interview.
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