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The Attorney General has extended for 12 months, from
August 11, 1994 to August 10, 1995, a temporary
protective status, TPS, for eligible nationals of
Any alien who is a national of
Bosnia-Herzegovina or any alien, having no nationality
who last resided in Bosnia-Herzegovina and who has
been present in the U.S. since August 10, 1992 and was
previously granted temporary protective status, must
comply with re-registration requirements.
Eligible applicants are required to re-register by filing a
new application for TPS, Form I-821 together with
Form I-765, ""Application for Employment
There is no filing fee for the Form I-821
filed as part of the re-registration application. Although
all TPS re-registrations must include Form I-765, the
filing fee is only required when Employment
Authorization is requested.
Generally, eligibility for TPS during the one year period,
ending on AUGUST 10, 1995, requires the filing of Form
I-821 and I-765 before August 15, 1994.
re-registration applications may be excusable.
Effective November 5, 1993, eligible applicants who did
not register during the initial one year registration
period, may file if they are or were in a valid or
non-valid immigrant status during the initial registration
Non-immigrants are eligible for this late filing
whether still in valid non-immigrant status or after their
status has ended.
However, late registrations must be
filed no later than 30 days after the end of immigrant or
For any additional information
contact your local INS office.
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