Filipino World War II Veterans Parole Program (FWVP)

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The Filipino World War II Veterans Parole (FWVP) Program, effective June 8, 2016, allows certain eligible U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents (LPRs) to request parole for their eligible family members. If approved for parole, your eligible family members will be able to reunite with family members in the United States before their immigrant visas become available and apply for work authorization. Here's a presentation that Atty. Lourdes Tancinco, of Tancinco Law Offices, prepared giving an overview of the FWVP Program. For inquiries, email law@tancinco.com or visit www.tancinco.com.
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  • 1. FILIPINO WORLD WAR II VETERANS PAROLE PROGRAM (FWVP) “PAROLE PROGRAM”
  • 2. WHAT IS PAROLE? Parole is a discretionary permission to stay in the United States.
  • 3. Parole Program v. Family Reunification Act
  • 4. The Filipino World War II Veterans Parole Policy offers certain beneficiaries of approved family- based immigrant visa petition the opportunity to request a discretionary grant of parole.
  • 5. Parole is not a visa; however, it allows the veterans’ children to enter the United States and to work temporarily.
  • 6. The main purpose of the Parole Program for Filipino World War II Veterans is to allow their children to come to the United States in order to provide them the care they need.
  • 7. While on parole, their children can stay in the U.S. until their priority date becomes current.
  • 8. WHO ARE THE BENEFICIARIES OF THE PAROLE POLICY? Children of Filipino World War II Veterans and their derivative spouses, and children below 21-years-old. The parole policy extends to the grandchildren of the Filipino Veterans.
  • 9. Type of Cases Covered by the Veterans Parole Policy ARE those with APPROVED PETITIONS filed by:
  • 10. 1. A Filipino veteran who is still alive and residing in the United States.
  • 11. 2. Deceased Filipino Veteran, who resided and died in the United States.
  • 12. 3. A widow of a Filipino Veteran who is still alive and residing in the United States.
  • 13. 4. A deceased widow of a Filipino Veteran who resided and died in the United States.
  • 14. 5. When both parents of a beneficiary of an approved petition are deceased, s/he may self-petition. An additional requirement of a “VISA REINSTATEMENT” based on humanitarian concern is required in this case.
  • 15. A parole request may be made by the Filipino Veteran or the surviving spouse by filing Form I-131 with supporting documents including a completed I-134
  • 16. DOCUMENT(s) CHECKLIST and GUIDE:
  • 17. COPY OF THE APPROVED PETITION Issued by the United States Citizenship & Immigration Service (USCIS) with a Priority Date.
  • 18. PROOF OF VETERAN STATUS Official Discharge Paper DD214.
  • 19. PROOF OF CITIZENSHIP Certificate of Naturalization
  • 20. MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE OF CHILD Certified copy from the National Statistics Office (NSO)
  • 21. BIRTH CERTIFICATE OF CHILD Certified copy from the National Statistics Office (NSO)
  • 22. PROOF OF SUPPORT COMPLETED I-134 https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/files/form/i-134.pdf
  • 23. IMPORTANT DATE: JUNE 8, 2016 FIRST DAY OF APPLICATION
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