Humanitarian parole allows an individual, who is inadmissible, to enter into the United States for a limited period of time on grounds of compelling situations. The grant of parole is strictly regulated, and the Parolees are not necessarily provided with any immigration benefits.
Humanitarian parole is a way for an individual who would be otherwise inadmissible to the United States, to obtain entry on a discretionary basis due to extenuating circumstances.
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) may grant temporary humanitarian parole to someone who is;
Humanitarian parole is granted for a temporary period of time that corresponds with the length of the emergency or humanitarian requirement in question.
If you are looking to file a request for re-parole, you must do it at least ninety (90) days before your Arrival or Departure Record expires.
In applying for an extension of parole with the USCIS you should:
No, denied parole cannot be appealed to a court or tribunal. The decision of an immigration officer shall be final and executory. Nevertheless, if you later came across any new evidence or facts that are relevant to your parole application, you may send the new documents together with the updated corroborating evidence following the procedures in filing for parole.
To Apply for Humanitarian Parole for Medical Reasons you will be required to submit these documents;
Applying for parole can be complicated and may be mishandled by an applicant who has very little knowledge in US Immigration Law. Talking to a qualified immigration attorney will increase your chance of approval
Niren and Associates has decades of experience in all types of immigration law. Contact us today to help you with your Humanitarian Parole Application.
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