A part of the prior administration’s strategy was to slow the immigration system down to a virtual halt, delaying benefits to eligible immigrants in some cases for years beyond the normal processing times. Immigrants, though reluctant, have a very effective tool, to combat unreasonable delay in the adjudication of immigration benefits, in the form of a federal action.
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What is the difference between TPS and DED? Although both statuses protect the recipient from the threat of deportation and typically provides the ability for the recipient to work and obtain travel authorization, there are some differences: