Before the end of the TPS designation period, the Secretary of Homeland Security will review the conditions in the designated state and determine whether the conditions that led to the TPS designation continue to be met. Unless a determination is made that those conditions are no longer met, the TPS designation will be extended for six, twelve or eighteen months. If the conditions that led to the TPS designation are no longer met, the Secretary of Homeland Security will terminate the TPS designation. Designations, extensions, terminations and other information regarding TPS are published in the Federal Register.
Yes, if your TPS application is approved, you will receive work authorization, if requested. At the same time you apply for Temporary Protected Status, you must submit Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization, and the appropriate fee to apply for a work permit.