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U.S. Government Implements Humanitarian Parole For Cuba, Venezuela, Nicaragua And Haiti.

U.S. Government implements Humanitarian Parole for Cuba, Venezuela, Nicaragua and Haiti.

The U.S. Government has informed that, as of January 6, 2023, it opened a program to improve the quality of life of people from some countries with socio-economic problems. The beneficiary countries are Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua and Venezuela. This program will benefit people who are from these countries and do not have citizenship or permanent residency in another country, and their immediate family members such as spouses and children under 21 years of age. Through a sponsor who is lawfully present in the United States, these individuals will be able to obtain a travel document to enter the United States for two years.

Those who have been deported within the last 5 years, who have entered illegally through Panama or Mexico after January 6, 2023, or who are citizens or permanent residents of another country will not be eligible for this program. The U.S. government has also indicated that persons of these nationalities who attempt to enter the U.S. illegally will be returned to Mexico.  For more information about this program you can contact our main office at 954-306-6921, or by WhatsApp at +1 (954) 329-632.


Who can apply to become a Support Person?

As stipulated by the USCIS, U.S. citizens, legal residents, temporary legal and conditional permanent residents, non-immigrants with legal status, asylees, refugees and persons with temporary stay permits and persons with Temporary Protected Status may apply for this process.

In addition, the citizen must pass a background and security investigation and demonstrate financial ability to host the foreign national during his/her stay in the country.


 Who can be beneficiaries?

 For this particular case, family members and citizens of the countries mentioned above may be beneficiaries, as long as they comply with the process. In this case, spouses and children under 21 years of age, with the exception that children under 18 years of age must travel with a parent and/or guardian.

At Carlos E. Sandoval P.A. we can help you with this type of process. Contact us and we will schedule an appointment here:

Carlos Sandoval

Carlos Enrique Sandoval, Attorney, member of the FL Bar, AILA and licensed to practice law by the Supreme Court and the Federal Court for the Southern District of Florida.

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