Q: Good morning Can I apply for humanitarian parole? Since I was asked to leave USA, and I brought my ticket and left.
I came in the USA illegally by sea. After 4 years I was asked to leave however my wife filled for me but they still asked me to leave and I left 4 years ago.
Please let me know if I’m eligible to apply for Bidden new program.(humanitarian parole)
Humanitarian parole is a discretionary form of immigration relief that is granted on a case-by-case basis to individuals who are otherwise ineligible for a visa or other forms of admission to the United States. To be eligible for humanitarian parole, an individual must demonstrate that there is a significant humanitarian emergency or compelling public benefit to granting the individual temporary admission to the United States.
Given that you entered the U.S. illegally and were asked to leave, it may be difficult to demonstrate that you are eligible for humanitarian parole. However, the Biden Administration has announced that they plan to expand the use of humanitarian parole, so it may be worth considering applying. It is important to note that the program is discretionary, and the decision to grant or deny a request for humanitarian parole is made on a case-by-case basis.
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A: The Biden Administration has proposed a new parole program for certain individuals who were previously removed or voluntarily departed the United States, but the details of the program are not yet known. It is important to keep in mind that the criteria for the program have not yet been released, and it is unclear at this time if individuals who have previously been removed or voluntarily departed will be eligible for the program. It is recommended that you continue to monitor official government websites for updates on this program and consult with an immigration attorney for advice on your specific situation.
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