Read this policy guidance from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for an update on special immigrant juvenile classification.
Read to find out how states and grantees may continue to provide ORR benefits and services to Afghan parolees who have a pending re-parole application, a pending asylum application, or a pending adjustment of status application.
USCIS outlines two processes for certain Afghan nationals to maintain parole and employment authorization for up to two years.
USCIS accepts and considers, on a case-by-case basis, re-parole requests under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) from certain noncitizen Afghans paroled into the United States with the OAR or PAR classes of admission. Visit this page to discover exemptions and the application process.
This report covers temporary immigration relief, permanent immigration options, the option of new adjustment of status mechanism, Afghan adjustment of status legislation, Biden administration proposals, and more.
Policy guidance on adjustment of status, including family-based adjustment, employment-based adjustment, special immigrant-based adjustment, and more.
Receive information from USCIS in response to public inquiries regarding the parole process and how it may apply to Afghan nationals attempting to come to the United States.
Receive information on parole processing times, background information, terminology, eligibility, how to apply, and more.
Chapter 3 of the USCIS Policy Manual provides an overview of the grounds by which an officer may find an applicant inadmissible (unable to seek admission or legal status in the United States). Find examples of evidence that may indicate an applicant is inadmissible.
Gain an understanding of humanitarian asylum and read the list of qualifications a person must meet to apply for asylum in the United States.