Urgent Humanitarian Parole
Urgent Humanitarian Parole is offered by USCIS to those individuals in detention who may be inadmissible or otherwise ineligible for admission into the United States for urgent humanitarian reasons or significant public benefit.
These typically include people who require emergency medical attention, pregnant women, those who are serving as witnesses in court proceedings, victims of torture or rape, and those who are applying for asylum who have passed a credible fear interview.
If you or a family member need to apply for urgent humanitarian parole, book a virtual consultation with Martinez Immigration today.
Applying for Urgent Humanitarian Parole
When you file a request for humanitarian parole, you must:
- Prove your identity through government-provided documents or affidavits confirming your identity from people who know you.
- Prove you are not a flight risk by listing the reasons the government can trust you to appear in forthcoming court hearings. These reasons can include family or community ties, your employment history, and a recounting of the time you’ve spent in the United States, among others.
- List the reasons you will not pose a risk to the community. These can include the lack of a criminal record, an evaluation from a mental health expert, or an affidavit from someone who knows you well.
- List the exact reasons why humanitarian parole is necessary in this case. These range from the deeply personal (medical conditions) to wider-ranging things like serving as a witness in court or your position in your community.
Humanitarian parole is examined on a case-by-case basis, and that’s why you need the experts from Martinez Immigration on your side.
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