At the end of April 2022, the US government announced a simplified program called "Uniting for Ukraine". This program allows citizens of Ukraine who suffered from the Russian invasion to receive a humanitarian parole. The new US program for Ukrainians will provide an opportunity to receive humanitarian parole, which will allow them to stay in the country for 2 years.
What does humanitarian parole mean?
Humanitarian parole is a special permit for temporary stay in the United States. Every foreigner will be able to enter the United States with a humanitarian parole if in the country of residence, for example if there's a war going on. Humanitarian parole will be relevant for persons who do not have a visa to the United States.
You have the right to use the "Uniting for Ukraine" program if:
You must prove that you have been vaccinated against measles, polio, and Covid-19. An exception is allergic reactions to a component of the vaccine. If you cannot confirm your vaccination or you have not had one, you will be allowed to be vaccinated in the United States within 14 days of your arrival in the country.
Under this program, children under 18 must travel to the United States only with their parents or legal guardians.
What are the requirements for a sponsor?
How should a sponsor calculate the income required according to all USCIS requirements?
Before filling out the application form, the sponsor needs to calculate the required income on this site: https://aspe.hhs.gov/topics/poverty-economic-mobility/poverty-guidelines.
If the sponsor does not meet the financial criteria, he/she may use an additional person who will act as an additional sponsor.
How to request a US humanitarian parole:
The following is the list of required documents for participants in “Uniting for Ukraine”:
What does humanitarian parole in the USA allow?
The approved humanitarian parole will be valid for 2 years. At the end of the parole, you must leave the country. Also, the humanitarian parole will be canceled if you leave the United States without prior travel authorization.
Our company, Avisa, will be able to help you in the process of registration for this program at the second stage. When USCIS approves your sponsor, we will be able to provide qualified assistance to further the process. Our company, unfortunately, does not search for sponsors! If you need help at the second stage of the process, please contact us for information by mail: [email protected] or send a request to telegram/viber/whatsapp: +380975772727.
Our manager will contact you to discuss the details.