US Humanitarian Parole for Canadian to attend Father’s Funeral in the US

US Humanitarian Parole approved thanks to Niren and Associates

Hi Katherine / Jeff Li:

I want to congratulate Niren and Associates, especially Katherine and Jeff   for helping me with my US Humanitarian Parole application and I was able to attend my dad’s funeral.  I did came back to Toronto on August 23rd and surrendered my I-94 at Canadian Customs.

I want to thank you for the incredible support you have given , and incredible follow-up have been very comforting for me during this very stressful situation

I look forward to working with you on my US Waiver application.  Once again thank you very much Katherine, for all your help from me and my entire family.

H. Patel

Have a question about US Humanitarian Parole? Contact Niren and Associates immigration law firm.


Michael Niren

About Michael Niren

Michael is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section and the Associate Member of the American Bar Association. Read more

2 thoughts on “US Humanitarian Parole for Canadian to attend Father’s Funeral in the US

  1. syeda shahana perveen


    My child is an American citizen by birth. I am not. We are staying in Bangladesh. I want to go back to the U.S.A. with my child. The situation is very urgent here and I need help.

    1. Alicia Kim

      Dear Ms. Syeda Shahana Perveen,

      Your child can go back to the U.S.A. with no problem at any time. For you, you could apply for a U.S. Visitor Visa. However, if the situation is urgent, you may apply for a Humanitarian Parole. This could be an expedited means for entry to the US as urgent cases may be processed within days when necessary. It is important, however, that you would need a qualified immigration lawyer to present your case in a persuasive manner to be succesful manner. Often times, the success of Humanitarian Parole cases depends on how convincing your case is in the eyes of immigration officers.

      Hope this helps.


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