Humanitarian Parole Attorney | Serving Danvers, MA
In order to qualify for humanitarian parole, a foreign national must have an emergency or medical situation, or a need to be in the US for safety or public interest reasons. There are certain factors involved in order to qualify for a humanitarian parole. For help with an application, or just general information a Danvers humanitarian parole attorney can help you.
Humanitarian Parole is a last-resort method to obtaining entry into the US without a visa. If a visa can be obtained, generally humanitarian parole will not be granted, except for in urgent situations. Applying for humanitarian parole can be a tricky endeavor, but a skilled humanitarian parole attorney can help discuss your options.
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