But acting DHS Secretary Elaine Duke chose to extend South Sudan's TPS status until May 2, 2019, DHS said, "because the ongoing armed conflict and extraordinary and temporary conditions" that prompted the 2016 decision to grant the status to South Sudanese have persisted.
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Conversely, parents may be picking up on symptoms in their sons, which boys don't report themselves. No reliable studies exist into previous prevalence of depression among United Kingdom teenagers.
The Department of Homeland Security said those from Sudan can remain and work in the USA until November of 2018. The U.S. government confers such status on countries where citizens can not return safely or sometimes, when the country can not care for its people. Both Sudan and South Sudan's designations were due to expire on November 2. The USCIS is encouraging Sudanese holders of TPS to obtain another immigration status or arrange for their departure.
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Just kind of sit back and be in the moment and approach it the same way as the day before". The 28-year-old Bell is 0-2 with a 7.31 ERA in 11 appearances (two starts) this season.
In addition, DHS announced that TPS for South Sudan has been extended for 18 months until May 2, 2019. DHS said the extension is necessary "because the ongoing armed conflict and extraordinary and temporary conditions that prompted the 2016 TPS redesignation have persisted". South Sudanese nationals will also have to re-register to maintain their status.
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DHS said it would publish re-registration deadlines for both groups later this week.