Getting The Results You Should Expect When Hiring An Immigration Attorney

  1. Home
  2.  » 
  3. Humanitarian Visas
  4.  » Humanitarian Parole

Addressing Your Urgent Immigration Needs For Humanitarian Parole

Humanitarian parole serves as a crucial mechanism allowing otherwise inadmissible individuals to enter the United States temporarily to address urgent humanitarian needs.

At ERM Immigration Law, PLLC, we understand that seeking such extensive legal services comes with its challenges, but we can help you. Our firm’s founder, attorney Emily Reber-Mariniello, has been handling immigration legal matters since 2010. We have continued to serve many clients with humanitarian parole legal needs in Seattle and across Washington.

Eligibility Criteria For Humanitarian Parole

To be considered for humanitarian parole, you need to meet certain eligibility criteria set forth by the U.S. Citizenship Immigration Services (USCIS). While the criteria may vary depending on the specific circumstances, common scenarios warranting consideration include:

  • Visiting a sick relative in the U.S.
  • Attending a funeral in the U.S.
  • Seeking medical care unavailable in your home country
  • Testifying in a U.S. court

While this list is not comprehensive, USCIS has previously granted humanitarian parole to individuals in these situations. Our humanitarian parole attorneys can assess your case and guide you through the steps to secure this discretionary grant.

Humanitarian Parole Application Process

The application process for humanitarian parole involves specific steps that require careful attention to detail to ensure a successful outcome. They include:

  • Step 1: Submission of Form I-131
  • Step 2: Document compilation
  • Step 3: Submission to USCIS
  • Step 4: Interview sessions (if required)
  • Step 5: Decision making

Our attorneys have over a decade of legal experience in state humanitarian parole cases and possess extensive knowledge of the application process.

We Serve Clients Globally

No matter where your country of origin is, our legal services can help cut through the confusion surrounding your immigration options. We invite you to call ERM Immigration Law, PLLC, at 206-745-9241 or use our online form to schedule your consultation with our compassionate lawyers.