For a request to PAROLE, successful humanitarian aid has many factors. The basic thing is to answer all the questions truthfully and without lying, especially when it comes to the place of residence, and to identify if you have been to Deer irregularly, regardless of the number of days that have passed during the authorization period in the territory of the United States. Controlling these application themes leads to failure.
Immigration expert Isadora Velásquez said that “the main reason why we see that immigration applications are humanitarian is that “they are denied if people feel that maybe some of the requested information is unnecessary or they don’t want to share it, and if they do it half-heartedly or unfortunately, they try to lie in their applications.”
The lawyer of the Isalawyers firm explained that usually the box is not completely completed. “Maybe in a temporary residence, we see how people in the past were successful without talking about it, or if they did, it was incomplete,” and nothing happened. However, if US Immigration (USCIS) checks, you will always know, so it is better to tell the truth.
Migrants arrive in Lajas Blancas, where a Panamanian border police agent is waiting for them on the banks of the Chucunaque River, in the province of Darién, on Friday, October 6, 2023, in Panama. To qualify for humanitarian parole, you must answer the question without lying.
Immigration to Deer recognizes the option of temporary residence in another country, and if so, if it is not mentioned in the application, it may not be eligible to apply for humanitarian aid. In other cases, even if it is discussed, immigrants may not fully understand the information provided. Each answer should be very clear.
Also, as the expert points out, “honesty is important,” not a fully honest payment. For example, “If you were previously in the United States and perhaps stayed irregularly, even for a few days, you should say so.” This situation is not a limitation to entering the immigration program, but it is if the person is lying.
False, worse option
He pointed out that it must be understood that immigration may not discover it in all cases, but when it is done, the request will be denied. “So withholding that information, thinking it would have a better outcome in itself, would be worse.” In conclusion, he noted that these are the main reasons why applications are usually rejected.
For everything to be good or correct, all documents must be “complete” or up-to-date, as this can confuse the immigration authorities. For example, changing the relevant information in a passport where the person is registered That is, for example, if it has expired and you get a new one, and when it is time to validate the information, the number does not match.
For lawyer Velásquez, the important thing is to have patience. These applications started very quickly, “but the process was saturated and became very slow.” Nevertheless, it must be understood that entering the United States illegally or irregularly takes this privilege from the person who has parole and possible future immigration plans. Recognize how frustrating the wait can be. “But we hope that the right numbers will be reached and it will be managed more effectively.”
On the page of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), which provides naturalization services and visa applications for immigrants to the United States, it is recalled that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced the processes by which nationals of Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Venezuela, and their family members, may request to come to the United States in a safe and orderly manner.
Eligible beneficiaries who are outside the United States and lack United States entry documents may be considered, on a case-by-case basis, for advance travel authorization and a period of temporary stay of up to two years for urgent humanitarian reasons or an important public good. To participate, eligible beneficiaries must:
- There is a support person in the United States.
- Undergo and pass a robust security background investigation;
- Meet other eligibility criteria, and
- Have a favorable use of discretion.
Individuals participating in these processes must have a support person in the United States who agrees to provide them with financial assistance for the duration of their temporary stay in the United States.
As of August, more than 41,000 people from Cuba, 72,000 from Haiti, 34,000 from Nicaragua, and 63,000 from Venezuela were screened and allowed to travel to the United States, where they received final approval to stay for two country years under the program.
With these programs, the United States seeks to discourage the entry of immigrants through the Darién route, which covers 575,000 hectares of forest and rivers located in the south of Panama, which has part of its territory in the north of Colombia. 60% of the group passing through that area are Venezuelans, according to Migración Panamá.
Most of the migrants leave from the cities of Buenos Aires in Colombia, from where they board boats or curious to the coast of the canal, where the first contact with the forest is made, and then they advance to Bajo Chiquito, where a long water journey awaits them. until leaving for the territory that belongs to Panama, and from there they will travel by bus to the border of Costa Rica. Panama and Costa Rica have reached an agreement to make this safe transfer by bus, Migración Panamá reports.