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Are you a refugee from Ukraine?

Temporary Protection Status gives you certain rights and obligations. The status gives you residency rights; access to housing; social welfare assistance; medical care; legal guardianship and safe care for unaccompanied children under 18; access to education for children under 18 and access to jobs (with some restrictions).

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