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Re-Parole Process for Certain Ukrainian Citizens and Their Immediate Family Members

Effective Feb. 27, 2024, we will accept and consider, on a case-by-case basis, applications for certain Ukrainians and their immediate family members paroled into the United States under section 212(d)(5)(A) of the Immigration and Nationality Act. Ukrainian citizens and their immediate family members may apply for re-parole by submitting Form I-131, Application for Travel Document, along with supporting documentation and the proper filing fee or fee waiver request. You can submit Form I-131 online or on paper by mail.  

To be eligible for re-parole under this process, you must demonstrate the following: 

  • That you are a Ukrainian citizen or immediate family member who was paroled into the United States on or after Feb. 11, 2022;

  • That there are continued urgent humanitarian reasons or significant public benefit for a new period of parole, including the urgent humanitarian reasons or significant public benefit factors identified above, as well as any additional factors;

  • That you warrant a favorable exercise of discretion;

  • That you are physically present in the United States;

  • That you have complied with the conditions of the initial parole; and

  • That you clear biographic and biometric background checks.

You can find your date of parole on your Form I-94, Arrival/Departure Record.

Please, contact Darren Heyman, a Las Vegas Immigration Attorney, for more information.

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