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Parole for our friends from Cuba, Haití, Nicaragua and Venezuela

Excellent news for our friends from Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua and Venezuela!

If you are from any of the aforementioned nationalities or have immediate relatives who qualify as beneficiaries of this new process, they may be eligible to apply for a parole to enter the United States. The typical period of stay in the United States under this program is of up to two years due to humanitarian circumstances of an urgent or significant public nature.

How do I know if I can be considered for this parole?

In order to be eligible for advance authorization to travel to the United States, beneficiaries must:

  • Reside outside of the United States;

  • Proof of being a national of Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua, or Venezuela, or be an immediate family member (spouse, common-law partner, or unmarried child under the age of 21) traveling with an eligible Cuban, Haitian, Nicaraguan, or Venezuelan;

  • Have a support sponsor based in the United States who has filed a Form I-134A on their behalf that USCIS has investigated and confirmed;

  • Possess a current and valid passport for international travel;

  • Submit and pass required verifications and investigations;

  • Comply with all other requirements, including vaccinations and other public health requirements; and

  • Demonstrate that the parole is justified based on significant public benefit or urgent humanitarian reasons.

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