Great News: Victory! – Update on “U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security, Jeh Johnson: Designate Nepal for Temporary Protected Status (TPS)”

Respected International/National/Regional/ State/Student organizations Presidents/Community Leaders and the Nepalese Community of NASeA Region and beyond,

Respected Editors Online/TV/Print Media around the globe,

Greetings from NASeA! 

Great News: Victory-TPS is Approved!

June, 23. 2015 – Last week the Department of Homeland Security releases the news that the DHS has signed and approved Temporary Protective Status for Nepal. While we are waiting for a final announcement from USCIS, the DHS has confirmed, and we will find out more about the effective date and when the application will start to be accepted very soon.

Congratulations to all Presidents, Community Leaders, Journalists, Nepali and Non-Nepali Community members and well wishers around the world for your true dedication and support to rally behind this TPS petition and finally  it has been approved by USCIS. Good Luck to all undocumented Nepali now you can travel to Nepal and get the temporary working status to work here in USA to support your families back home that got affected by the resent catastrophic earthquake that left thousands of life loss/ injured and unprecedented damages.

TPS Grant to Nepali Community is a historical achievement and will help so many Nepali origin undocumented people to travel to Nepal and get the temporary working status to work in USA.

If you have any additional questions please reach Sonam Dolkar ji @, Prathana Gurung @ and Shailesh Shrestha ji @

We will always stand together and work towards keeping our Nepali American Identity alive and keep ourselves visible in the democratic process of this great nation USA, where we belong!

Stay tuned, we will communicate with you all the final details of applying the Temporary Protective Status (TPS) for Nepali nationals once it officially releases from USCIS and help our community to benefit from this bill. Face book:

Always for the community,

With Respect,
Bimal Nepal
Executive Vice President, NASeA
Chair, External Relations Committee, NASeA
Nepal’s Pride: Lord Buddha and Mt. Everest

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