The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) offers humanitarian parole to those foreign nationals who do not have a visa. Humanitarian parole enables foreign nationals to come to the United States in an emergency or for reasons of public interest.
An otherwise ineligible alien (the “beneficiary”) can get a one-time entry for reasons such as: getting medical attention, visiting a sick family member, attending a funeral for a family member, or testifying in a U.S. court case.
Humanitarian parole may be requested by or on behalf of the following individuals:
You cannot use parole to avoid going through the usual visa application process or to avoid going through immigration. Consult with Xavier A. Mendez Law Firm immigration lawyers now to check your eligibility.
The beneficiary or anyone else on the beneficiary’s behalf may apply the request to US Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Our Xavier A. Mendez Law Firm immigration lawyers can assist you to file Form I-131 (Application for Travel Document) and Form I-134 (Affidavit of Support). We will make sure to help you provide all required evidence and supporting documentation.
Applying for parole may be difficult, and an applicant with little knowledge of US immigration law can make a mistake. Consult a competent immigration lawyer to improve your chances of acceptance. Contact Xavier A. Mendez Law Firm now to help you with your humanitarian parole application.