Migrants with parole or temporary stay permits will benefit from the recent changes related to work permits. Such a declaration was made official by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service.
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In this case, not all migrants who come to the United States with such permission are eligible to apply for work. Nor will they reduce response times if they implement the Citizenship and Immigration Service’s new measure.
Now who will be able to process his work permit? Citizens who obtained parole under INA 212(d)(5) for immediate humanitarian reasons or for significant public benefit. Those who are in this position will be able to request their permits via the Internet.
Important steps to streamline processes
Actually, this new measure was created with the main objective of streamlining all the processes and procedures related to the issue. Now everything is very easy.
Job applicants in Category (C) (11) only need to submit their Form I-765. Thus the long wait of several months to get employment authorization ended.
Care! It is necessary that every applicant create his/her account through the website free of cost www.uscis.gov,
Following this step you will be able to maintain close and secure communication with United States Citizenship and Immigration Services personnel. Most importantly, you will have the possibility to know the status of your application.
You must know that if you do not qualify in the various eligible categories, the application will be rejected and the filing fee will be withheld. online,
The real difference now is that the new categories include parole migrants.