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Ukrainian citizens and their immediate family members who have been displaced as a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine now have a pathway to seek a temporary stay in the U.S. This program, called Uniting for Ukraine, was announced on April 21, 2022, and builds on President Biden’s commitment that the U.S. will welcome up to 100,000 Ukrainians fleeing Russia’s aggression. Uniting for Ukraine will provide individuals with a two-year temporary period of parole in the U.S.

To be considered for parole under Uniting for Ukraine, an individual must have resided in Ukraine immediately before the Russian invasion and have been displaced as a result of the invasion. They must have a valid Ukrainian passport (or be an immediate family member of a Ukrainian citizen), pass security checks, and have a supporter in the U.S. who has committed to receive, maintain, and support them for the duration of their stay in the U.S.

The application process for Uniting for Ukraine starts with a supporter in the U.S. filing Form I-134 with United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, along with evidence that the supporter has the ability to support the individual(s). There is no fee to file Form I-134.

More information on the program can be found on the USCIS website.

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