USCIS RELEASES PAROLE INFORMATION

September 29, 2011

Extension of Parole for Foreign Workers in the CNMI:



Benefits For Widow/Widowers of a Deceased U.S. Citizen:



Parole for Transitional Workers Dependent Students Turning 18:

5 comments:

the scribe said...

Who thinks parole in place is a good thing for anyone? I mean are workers in favor of this or against? It may help a young person finish school or meet an American but all I know take the minimum classes to remain. PIP just documents a foreign national as a non-qualifying person so the long term is marginal, correct?

Anonymous said...

its sucks.all are together giving pain to alien workers.congress man/local politics/uscis/saipan chamber of commerce, they are all united to play games with innocent workers.cnmi bar association shut them mouth.seems like all they are doing against worker is illegal.but who cares.where is the justice for freedom.i think on the air.workers made hope to make house and its suddenly its scattered like a glass(house).this will reflect to whole USA about unfairness against humanity/justice/freedom.i hope mr.obama will take action if he knows the situation on usa soil here.i request to ms. wendy doromal to pass the information to mr. obama administration.status must be same for all workers.please consider fairness for everyone.some have no kids.please do not selfish because another have also family/deserving USA life thats why they are here from such a long time.please do not forget that.i hope all worker will be united before 28th nov.i request to USCIS to stop playing around just do it clear.thank to USA.

Anonymous said...

Wnedy, it is very painful to see my son leave us. He grew up here for nine years and he is 21 years old now. He does not know what to do and where to go in my country. He is not like other 21 years old who can be independent and can survive alone. I am qualified to stay here to work.

Wendy Doromal said...

My heart breaks for you and all of the foreign workers, their spouses, partners and children who have been put in this terrible and unstable position by the failure of the US Congress to introduce a principled response to the DOI report immediately after it was released -a bill that would provide permanent residency to all legal, long-term foreign workers.

I hope I can convince some members with a heart and conscience to do the right thing and stop wasting precious time with feeble excuses.

Anonymous said...

I am a bit confused on this parole extension.. I was paroled as i went to Philippines last December and my date of parole expiration is March 2011. The requirements indicated here in this blog is not what a friend of mine gave me which is from USCIS. The latter incldued a complete and signed form of G-325. All the newspapers did not include G-325 as a requirement.. Not also this blog website. So is G-325 really needed for this parole extension.. USCIS be more clear...