If someone has a TPS(Temporary Protected Status) can she or he travel and stay out of the US for 6 months?
- Anonymous10 years agoFavorite Answer
May I Travel Outside the United States?
An individual granted TPS must remain continuously physically present in the United States. The grant of TPS status does not mean that you have permission to travel abroad, though permission to travel may be granted by the district director in accordance with the advance parole regulations. There is no appeal to a denial of advance parole. Failure to obtain advance parole prior to traveling abroad may result in the withdrawal of your TPS and/or the institution or re-calendaring of removal proceedings. For more information, please see How Do I Get a Travel Document?
- Anonymous10 years ago
you can go home anytime ....