Humanitarian Parole for a Child of Asylum Applicant
Recently I.S. Law Firm successfully secured a humanitarian parole for a child of the asylum applicant while the case had been pending. The asylum applicant was an Uzbek national and his case was pending in immigration court. His spouse is a derivative of the applicant and she is also based in the United States. A six-year-old child of the applicant was in Uzbekistan and his grandparents had taken care of him since 2013.
However, since early 2016, the child’s grandparents were unable to take care of the child due to their health problems as well as financial difficulties they faced. The child’s grandparents got some serious health issues and they could not work as hard as they used to which caused to financial problems of the family. Moreover, the child needed a proper care and his grandparents were not able to do that. The Applicant’s political background was also a danger for leaving the child in Uzbekistan. The Applicant and his spouse were concerned that the government could pressure them by using their child in order to force them to get back to Uzbekistan.
Attorney Ismail Shahtakhtinski at I.S. Law Firm demonstrated to the satisfaction of United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) that the life and future of the child was in danger and he could not be left in Uzbekistan anymore. He submitted all evidence showing that the child had to be taken a proper care and he could no longer be separated from his father and mother.
We provided overwhelming evidence, in the form of medical records of the child’s grandparents, documents showing their financial difficulties and affidavits by the child’s parents as well as individuals close to the family stating that the child could not be taken a proper care by his grandparents anymore. We also provided USCIS with evidence showing similar cases where the family members of the political activists in abroad were persecuted by the government in order to force them to return.
The important nuance about this case is that, the Applicant’s asylum application was still pending and it might be difficult to achieve in approval of humanitarian parole in these cases. However, by submitting strong evidence to USCIS, I.S. Law Firm could demonstrate the sensitiveness and urgency of the case. As a result of a hard work of our Firm, the family could reunion.
It is crucial to have a competent and experienced attorney prepare your document package when you file your papers with USCIS. Your chance of the success is considerably higher if you retain a competent and experienced lawyer.
PLEASE NOTE THAT CASE RESULTS DEPEND UPON A VARIETY OF FACTORS UNIQUE TO EACH CASE. CASE RESULTS DESCRIBED BELOW DO NOT GUARANTEE OR PREDICT A SIMILAR RESULT IN ANY FUTURE CASE UNDERTAKEN BY I.S. LAW FIRM, PLLC.
I.S. Law Firm have helped many foreign nationals obtain asylum status, both through asylum offices and immigration courts and in several such cases, the firm filed humanitarian parole with USCIS to bring eligible family members of the asylees and asylum applicants to the U.S. To learn more about asylum process, please visit: /immigration-law/asylum/. You can also read more about samples of our other asylum cases: If you think you may qualify for asylum, please contact us by phone at (703) 527-1779 or via e-mail: [email protected].