Humanitarian Parole
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Annandale Humanitarian Parole Attorneys

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United States Citizenship and Immigration Services will in some limited circumstances grant humanitarian parole to foreign nationals who do not otherwise qualify for immigration benefits. This form of discretionary relief allows beneficiaries to enter the United States to handle emergencies or for humanitarian reasons. 

If you have an immediate need to enter the United States and are not able to obtain a visitor visa, our team at Johnson & Masumi can explore whether you may be eligible for humanitarian parole. Our Annandale humanitarian parole lawyers are not afraid to take on tough cases and is ready to fight for you. We understand how USCIS adjudicates these requests and will work tirelessly to secure a favorable outcome. 

Do not wait to contact us online or call (703) 783-0082 if you need to discuss humanitarian parole options. We offer our legal services in English, Spanish, Chinese, and Farsi.


When to Consider Seeking Humanitarian Parole

It is important to understand that USCIS does not regularly grant humanitarian parole requests. Seeking humanitarian parole should generally be seen as a “last resort.” Petitioning for an applicable visitor visa or another immigration benefit will often be a more reliable means of entering the United States. If you are inadmissible to the U.S. as a result of unlawful presence or some other factor, however, you may have no other choice but to request humanitarian parole.

USCIS may consider granting humanitarian parole despite conditions of inadmissibility if:

  • You are seriously ill, your condition cannot be adequately treated in your home country, and your condition can be effectively treated in the United States.
  • You wish to visit a U.S.-based loved one who is seriously ill and not likely to recover.
  • You wish to attend the funeral services for a U.S.-based loved one.
  • You have been called to testify in a U.S.-based trial.
Contact us online or call us at (703) 783-0082 to get started on your immigration case.
Client Testimonials

We take our clients' cases seriously. Learn how we have helped people in the past.

    Mariam is a caring lawyer, she was able to handle my case with professionalism despite the short deadline to reply back to USCIS. She is really confident about her job and will take extra steps to make sure things go as planned.

    - S.S.

    I am now a free man and will get my Green Card back soon. None of this would have been possible without Mariam and her firm. Words can't describe how grateful I am to her and if you're reading this look no further!

    - Aimal M.

    The diligence of Mariam, making sure we had everything that could possibly be needed even when sometimes I felt it was too much. The team definitely kept me having hope but always kept things realistic and gave me realistic expectations.

    - Oshoke E.

    Mariam Masumi helped my wife get her case approved and I am thankful for her hard work. She is a very knowledgeable and experienced lawyer.

    - Ali R.

    After working with them for less than 6 months, I received approvals for my employment authorization, waiver of inadmissibility, and finally my permanent resident card.

    - Marie A.

Caveats of Humanitarian Parole

Receiving humanitarian parole does not undo or eliminate any existing conditions of inadmissibility. Beneficiaries of this relief cannot seek permanent immigration benefits while in the country on humanitarian parole. If conditions of inadmissibility are preventing you from accessing benefits you otherwise qualify for, you will need to obtain the applicable waiver

Beneficiaries of humanitarian parole will typically only be allowed to stay in the United States for a very limited time. In most circumstances, you will be limited to the amount of time it takes to handle your emergency. The maximum amount of time is one year, and extensions are not common.

Despite these restrictions, obtaining this relief is not easy. Our Annandale humanitarian parole attorney at Johnson & Masumi can help you navigate the application process and explore all available immigration strategies.

We are ready to help you secure the relief you need. Contact us online or call (703) 783-0082 to schedule an initial case evaluation. 

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