The Parole program will allow certain citizens of these countries (Cuba, Nicaragua, Haiti and Venezuela) and their family members to legally enter the United States without having to apply for a visa.
It allows qualifying Cuban, Nicaraguan, Haitian, and Venezuelan citizens and their family members to legally enter the country and be automatically eligible for work permits, driver’s licenses, and social security numbers. In addition, beneficiaries will not be subject to long waits to obtain a visa at the consulate.
The sponsor must have legal status in the United States. Legal status is considered to be persons who have:
U.S. citizenship, U.S. permanent residency, persons covered under the TPS program, and various types of deferred action. In addition, you must pass a criminal background check and have sufficient income to apply for the beneficiary.
The beneficiary must:
Have citizenship of one of the following participating countries (Cuba, Nicaragua, Haiti and Venezuela).
Cannot have dual nationality.
Cannot be a legal resident of a third country.
Must not have been deported from the United States in the last 5 years.
Can not have illegally entered Panamanian, Mexican or U.S. territory.
Must comply with vaccination requirements.
Must comply with security check requirements through fingerprinting.
Only 30,000 humanitarian paroles will be issued per month.
Yes. However, only “Immediate Family”, regardless of nationalities or legal residences in third countries, may enter.
Spouses, sons/daughters under 21 years of age.
My legal team and I are ready to assist you with this immigration process. As a Licensed Immigration Attorney in the United States, I have the experience, knowledge and authorization to assist you and your family in this important process.
In order to assist you with this procedure, we recommend that you schedule an appointment with attorney Jesús Reyes.