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Afghan Nationals Eligible for Humanitarian Parole
Afghan Nationals Eligible for Humanitarian Parole

The USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) is allowing Afghan nationals to apply for humanitarian parole. People who would otherwise be ineligible can apply for this status when their home nation is facing urgent humanitarian crises. This parole allows ...

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