No News Yet

It has been a quiet TPS news week, with nothing really new coming out of either Washington or Guatemala City.   Whether this is because of the upcoming Congressional vacation, the attention brought to the lawsuits filed against Arizona, or something else, the end result is that we have nothing new to report.

Well, almost nothing.  This morning, Erik Maza at the Miami Times Blog (the first English-language blog to pick up the story of Guatemala’s TPS request, and one of the key inspirations for this site) informed us that he has an updated post up today.  The post provides very little new information (probably because there’s not much new to report), but Eric does a nice job of summarizing the events of the past two months and bringing people who are new to the story up to speed. Thank you Erik, it is nice to see that we’re not the only ones tracking the issues!

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16 Responses to “No News Yet”

  1. Duende96 Says:

    Our Goverment, they don’t care all of us in the USA.
    is for that they don’t move foward in the TPS. We don’t have good representation from Guatemala. All politician in Guatemala only want to make Money and they don’t care the people.

    I am feel sad because our goverment in Guatemala never will change.

  2. Joel Says:

    I guess we just have to wait…nothing else we can do!

  3. Susan Levine Says:

    I heard a rumor that the President signed a bill today concerning TPS for Guatemalans who arrived with visa and are living in the US. Is there any truth to the rumor?

  4. Patrick Kolasinski Says:

    Hi Susan, I haven’t heard anything along those lines. The rumor may refer to the recently leaked memo regarding non-legislative options for immigration reform, but that was simply a memo, not a change in the law.

    Where did you read/hear the rumor? If you could please post a link, I would be happy to check it out for you.

    Thank you,


  5. Mario Says:


    If TPS is granted to eligible nationals of Guatemala, is it necessary to file an Application of Waiver of Ground of Inadmissibility(I-601)with the TPS application, if the applicant entered the US without inspection but never departed the US since entry?

  6. Mario Says:


    Will a fee waiver request be accepted for form I-601 from an applicant currently out-of-status?

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