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What are the requirements to be a beneficiary of the new parole program?


On January 6, 2023, the administration of President Biden announced a new rule that allows citizens of Cuba, Haiti, Venezuela, and Nicaragua to enter the United States through a parole or a special authorization to enter the country. The application must be started by a sponsor located within the United States. For more information on who can be a sponsor, visit our blog or our YouTube Channel. Last week's blog was aimed at explaining the requirements that sponsors had to meet. In today's blog we are going to be talking about the requirements that the sponsored must meet, to be beneficiaries of this new rule.


I134A parole beneficiaries must meet certain requirements in order to access the parole application. First, applicants need to be outside of the United States. Unfortunately, they cannot be located within the United States to be beneficiaries of this rule.


Secondly, it is that the beneficiaries cannot have crossed the border of Panama, Mexico, or the United States, illegally, after the date of proclamation of this measure, that is, after January 6, 2023.


Finally, the beneficiaries of the sponsorship may not have any other nationality, that is, they may not have dual nationality or permanent residence. This requirement is not applicable to the spouses or common-law partners, as well as to the minor children of the sponsors.


If you need help with your parole application process, do not hesitate to contact our Law Firm. We offer the first free consultation. At Y. Morejon Attorney, P.A. Your problem is our problem.


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