Humanitarian Parole for Venezuelans: A Lifeline to the US

Humanitarian Parole for Venezuelans: A Lifeline to the US

On October 3, 2022, the United States introduced a much-awaited humanitarian parole program for Venezuelans and their immediate family members. This initiative mirrors the safe and orderly process previously established for Ukrainian nationals seeking refuge in the United States. Designed to provide a lifeline for those residing outside the U.S., this parole program, if granted, can offer relief for up to two years. Here's what you need to know if you're a Venezuelan national interested in participating:

Eligibility Criteria:

  1. U.S. Supporter: To qualify for this humanitarian parole program, you must have a supporter in the United States. Your supporter can be a U.S. citizen, lawful permanent resident, lawful nonimmigrant, asylee, refugee, parolee, TPS holder, DACA recipient, or DED beneficiary. This individual plays a pivotal role and is responsible for providing financial support throughout the duration of your parole.
  2. Security Vetting: Expect a comprehensive security vetting as part of the application process. This step is crucial for ensuring national security and safety.
  3. Favorable Exercise of Discretion: Demonstrating a favorable exercise of discretion is vital. This means that your case will be reviewed with a focus on granting humanitarian parole based on the unique circumstances and hardships you face.

Additional Requirements:

In addition to the three core criteria mentioned above, you must meet the following conditions:

Our Commitment to Assist You:

If you meet these criteria and are interested in pursuing this humanitarian parole program, our firm is ready to assist you. We understand the importance of this opportunity and are committed to guiding you through the application process. Our team is experienced in immigration matters and will work diligently to help you navigate this lifeline to the United States.

The introduction of the humanitarian parole program for Venezuelans and their immediate family members reflects a step forward in addressing the unique challenges faced by individuals seeking refuge in the U.S. If you believe you qualify for this program, don't hesitate to reach out to our firm for dedicated assistance. We are here to support you on your journey to a safer and more secure future in the United States.

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