On Oct. 12, 2022, the United States announced a new process that will allow Venezuelan nationals and their immediate family members to come to the United States temporarily. This will create a safe way for Venezuelan nationals who are outside of the U.S. to enter if they lack entry documents.
United States Customs and Border Patrol will consider Venezuelan applicants for advance travel authorization and temporary humanitarian parole on a case-by-case basis. This parole will last for ONLY 2 YEARS.
In order to qualify, nationals of Venezuela must:
Venezuelans applying for this process MUST have a supporter in the United States who will agree to give them financial support during the entire time that they have parole in the United States.
Please watch the videos below or visit our Youtube channel for detailed step-by-step instructions on applying for advance humanitarian parole for Venezuelan nationals.
Last updated: 11-30-2022
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