Navigate The Family Reunification Parole Processes With The Help Of An Immigration Lawyer In Miami
The family reunification parole (FRP) program, administered by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), expedites the reunion of family members separated by borders.
If you need guidance through the complexities of the FRP processes, one of our experienced immigration lawyers at Canizares Law Group, LLC, in Miami can be your invaluable ally. Our attorneys have a deep understanding of immigration law and will personally guide you through your case. They will treat you like family and offer solutions with open communication every step of the way.
What Is The FRP Eligibility Criteria?
The eligibility criteria that each petitioner must meet to qualify for the FRP program are as follows:
- Relationship requirement: The beneficiary seeking parole must also be either an immediate family member (spouse, parent or child) of the U.S. citizen or a lawful permanent resident (LPR).
- Pending visa petition: A family-based immigrant visa petition must be filed on behalf of the beneficiary, and it must be pending with the USCIS.
- Approved visa petition: The USCIS must approve the family-based immigrant visa petition, classifying the beneficiary as an immediate family member.
Generally, the documents required are:
- Application for Travel Document (Form I-131): Complete and submit Form I-131 to apply for parole under the FRP program.
- Visa Petition Approval Notice (Form I-797): Include a copy of the USCIS approval notice for the family-based immigrant visa petition.
- Proof of U.S. citizenship or LPR status: If the petitioner is a U.S. citizen, include a copy of the U.S. passport or Certificate of Naturalization. If the petitioner is an LPR, provide a copy of their green card.
Throughout this process, your lawyer can ensure that no mistakes that could cause the FRP petition to be rejected are made.
Consult With Our Immigration Attorneys Today
If in doubt about the intricacies of the process, call Canizares Law Group, LLC, at 305-686-3187 or email us to schedule an appointment to learn how our skilled immigration lawyers work in our Florida office. Our team will assist you in taking the steps necessary to secure a lawful residency in the United States, helping ensure that all your requirements are met and the application is submitted correctly.