Welcome to Humanitarian Parole Services at I.G.S.S. Services
When emergencies strike and a compelling need arises, I.G.S.S. Services is here to guide you through the process of Humanitarian Parole, offering compassionate assistance in moments of crisis. Our dedicated team specializes in helping eligible individuals apply for Humanitarian Parole—a program provided by the U.S. government—ensuring you can access the United States for urgent humanitarian reasons or to address a strong public benefit.
Humanitarian Parole may be granted to individuals residing in other countries facing a strong emergency, provided there is a clear humanitarian reason or significant public benefit for their entry into the U.S. Eligible applicants include those unable to obtain necessary admission documents from the Department of State. It’s important to note that Humanitarian Parole is reserved for emergencies and is not a shortcut to bypass regular immigration processes.
Applicants with orders of removal/deportation or currently in immigration court removal process.
At I.G.S.S. Services, we specialize in assisting our clients in applying for Humanitarian Parole. Our dedicated Humanitarian Parole Services include guidance on the application process, ensuring that all necessary forms are completed accurately and submitted in a timely manner.
While I.G.S.S. Services does not offer the programs directly, we provide valuable assistance in applying to various Humanitarian Parole Programs, including, but not limited to:
Temporary Protected Status (TPS): Offering temporary refuge for individuals from designated countries facing conditions that prevent their safe return.
Processes for Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans, and Venezuelans (CHNV): A U.S. government program allowing eligible individuals from these countries, with a U.S. sponsor and a clean background check, to live and work lawfully in the U.S. for two years under humanitarian parole. The CHNV program requires the completion of USCIS Form I-131 and the essential I-134A, Affidavit of Support.
To initiate your application for Humanitarian Parole with our assistance, follow these steps:
Contact I.G.S.S. Services for guidance on the Humanitarian Parole application process.
Our team will assist you in completing USCIS Form I-131, Application for Travel Document, and the necessary I-134A, Affidavit of Support for the CHNV program. We will provide support for Form I-134, Affidavit of Support.
We will help you prepare a detailed personal statement or declaration, explaining and attaching evidence of the emergency circumstances.
For medical parole, our team will guide you in including documentation from a medical doctor and all necessary information for a successful application.
Once you’ve applied with our assistance, you can expect:
Guidance on the receipt notice confirming receipt of your application.
Assistance in understanding the written notice of the decision.
If you do not receive a response within 120 business days, we will coordinate with you to contact the Parole Branch in writing for further assistance.
Parolees must depart the United States before their parole expires. If needed, a request for reparole can be submitted, subject to USCIS approval. It’s crucial to understand that parole does not grant any immigration benefits.
At I.G.S.S. Services, we stand by you during challenging times. Contact us to begin your journey through the Humanitarian Parole process. Your path to urgent relief starts here.
Thank you for choosing I.G.S.S. Services. We are committed to assisting you in times of need.