Supreme Court Unanimously Rules That Temporary Protected Status Holders Cannot Become Lawful Permanent Residents If They Entered US Illegally

Supreme Court Unanimously Rules That Temporary Protected Status Holders Cannot Become Lawful Permanent Residents If They Entered US Illegally


Jun 7, 2021

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The Supreme Court unanimously ruled Monday that an illegal alien’s Temporary Protected Status (TPS) does not entitle him to become a lawful permanent resident (LPR) of the United States.

Associate Justice Elena Kagan, one of the court’s liberal justices, wrote the opinion for the Sanchez v. Mayorkas case. Federal immigration law only allows “lawfully admitted” people to become an LPR, but since Jose Santos Sanchez entered the US illegally in the late 1990s, he cannot become an LPR.

Sanchez came to the United States from El Salvador, with the federal government granting him TPS

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