8 CFR s 244.5

8 C.F.R.  244.5

CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS

TITLE 8--ALIENS AND NATIONALITY

CHAPTER I--IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

SUBCHAPTER B--IMMIGRATION REGULATIONS

PART 244--TEMPORARY PROTECTED STATUS FOR NATIONALS OF DESIGNATED STATES

Current through June 2, 1998; 63 FR 29958

244.5 Temporary treatment benefits for eligible aliens.

(a) Prior to the registration period. Prior to the registration period established by the Attorney General, a national of a state designated by the Attorney General shall be afforded temporary treatment benefits upon the filing, after the effective date of such designation, of a completed application for Temporary Protected Status which establishes the alien's prima facie eligibility for benefits under section 244A of the Act. This application may be filed without fee. Temporary treatment benefits, if granted, shall terminate unless the registration fee is paid or a waiver is sought within the first thirty days of the registration period designated by the Attorney General. If the registration fee is paid or a waiver is sought within such thirty day period, temporary treatment benefits shall continue until terminated under 240.13. The denial of temporary treatment benefits prior to the registration period designated by the Attorney General shall be without prejudice to the filing of an application for Temporary Protected Status during such registration period.

(b) During the registration period. Upon the filing of an application for Temporary Protected Status, the alien shall be afforded temporary treatment benefits, if the application establishes the alien's prima facie eligibility for Temporary Protected Status. Such temporary treatment benefits shall continue until terminated under 240.13.

(c) Denied benefits. There shall be no appeal from the denial of temporary treatment benefits.

[56 FR 23497, May 22, 1991; 62 FR 10367, 10382, March 6, 1997]

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