Latest news from USCIS has to do with CNMI which has extended the parole program and made it effective immediately until December 31, 2018 and allows immediate relatives of all U.S citizens to continue maintaining a legal status in the CNMI.
Everyone who has to apply for this parole’s extension must reside in the CNMI. Also, you must be an immediate relative of a U.S citizen. It means you should be the legal spouse, parent or child under the age of 21. You also must have been previously granted parole.
To make the extension request, on your documentations you must include:
- A letter from the U.s citizen or the immediate relative (you).
This letter must contain a request for extension of parole and explain the relationship between the applicant and the U.S citizen. (You may be the parent, the spouse the child). Also, you must note whether you have been arrested or convicted for a crime since the last time you made this request.
- You must send a copy of your I-94
- Also, you must send a copy of your Employment Authorization Document
- A passport copy if you’re issued a new one since the last application
- You must also form a G-325 Biographic Information within the last 30 days
Experts’ advice that every applicant, when applying for this extension parole, must include all of the above mentioned documents in an envelope and seal it by writing your name, basic credentials and the subject of the request.
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