What is Humanitarian Parole?

Humanitarian parole is a type of relief which can be awarded at the discretion of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). This type of relief is not a way for individuals, who are otherwise eligible for immigration, to gain entry into the United States. Humanitarian parole is only granted in rare and necessary circumstances.

If you have a family member who has fallen gravely ill or who has recently passed away, you may be able to apply for humanitarian parole so that you can say your last goodbyes or attend your loved one's funeral. Humanitarian parole can also be pursued by individuals who are ill and do not have access to proper medical care in their home county, yet do have access to medical care here in the states. In cases where a key witness in an important trial resides outside the U.S., that witness may be able to pursue parole based on the public benefit received by having him or her testify in court.

If you believe you may be eligible to pursue humanitarian parole and want to begin the application process, call Brown Immigration Law. Our lawyers have more than five decades of legal experience and our representation is unmatched. Our lead lawyer has a 10.0 Superb Rating on Avvo, as well as an AV Preeminent® Rating by Martindale-Hubbell®. We also have two lawyers who have each been selected for inclusion in the Ohio Super Lawyers® Rising Starsâ„  list for multiple years. When you want experience on your side, you want an Ohio immigration lawyer from our firm. Whether you want to learn more about humanitarian parole or to determine eligibility, we can help. Call us now to get started.

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