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    Hello , i have a few questions and i'm hoping someone would have the answers to it.

    I'm from Haiti and had applied for Asylum about 5 years ago...My asylum application was denied and was ordered to leave , but because of family concern , i never did.

    In mid February , i heard about the TPS benefit for all haitians to be allowed to stay so i went to a lawyer , filed all the papers and mailed them.

    My problem is that i got married about a year ago and had my name changed....Would this be a problem??

    I remember the immigration agent making me take biometric/photo and fingerprint 5 years ago during my asylum application and wonder whether all this information would pop up when i go the security process of fingerprinting?

    I worry i may be denied because i already send all my TPS information under my marriage name.

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    Hello , i have a few questions and i'm hoping someone would have the answers to it.

    I'm from Haiti and had applied for Asylum about 5 years ago...My asylum application was denied and was ordered to leave , but because of family concern , i never did.

    In mid February , i heard about the TPS benefit for all haitians to be allowed to stay so i went to a lawyer , filed all the papers and mailed them.

    My problem is that i got married about a year ago and had my name changed....Would this be a problem??

    I remember the immigration agent making me take biometric/photo and fingerprint 5 years ago during my asylum application and wonder whether all this information would pop up when i go the security process of fingerprinting?

    I worry i may be denied because i already send all my TPS information under my marriage name.

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    • #3
      gee whiz!!! another primitive, subhuman, ignorant, dirty monkey. Asylum from what? Papa Doc left decades ago to France. And speaking of France, those ****ers should be the ones helping your sorry asses. Go complain to Sarkozy, or whatever his name is.

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      • #4
        You can't get TPS as you are here illegally and have an oustanding deportation order. Only those legally here get TPS.

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        • #5
          you are nothing but a $hitbag, who scammed your way to MY country, IGNORED or THUMBED YOUR FILTHY NOSE at our laws, and now, you want those same laws to reward you???? You are a hypocritical piece of dog$hit....go join hands with fredy....he'll help you pick up some soap while reciting some religious dogma....get the eff out of my country....

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          • #6
            <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by federale86:
            Only those legally here get TPS. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

            That doesn't make sense. Most people here legally don't need TPS.

            USCIS will most likely link your deportation order to the current application and I'm very surprised your lawyer did not tell you that (or you didn't tell your lawyer, which is also very bad). That doesn't mean they'll deny your TPS if you are otherwise eligible. But they may find you and deport you if and when TPS expires for Haiti.

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            • #7
              I don`t think you are eligible for TPS since you have a deportation order against you in the past.

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              • #8
                TPS is an extension for people here legally.

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