Humanitarian Parole Lawyer in San Diego, California

  • Former government attorney
  • Reputation for winning complex cases
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Emergency Humanitarian Parole Attorney

At North County Immigration, situated in Escondido, California, we recognize the urgency and complexity involved in seeking emergency humanitarian parole. Our seasoned attorney specializing in humanitarian parole is ready to assist you through this critical process.

Why Choose North Country Immigration?

Under the leadership of Managing Attorney Anna M. Hysell, a former United States Department of Justice attorney, our firm has established a solid reputation for effectively managing intricate emergency humanitarian parole cases. Specializing in humanitarian parole law and immigration affairs, we guarantee top-tier legal representation tailored to your needs.

Overview of Humanitarian Parole

Emergency humanitarian parole is a temporary immigration status granted to individuals who have urgent humanitarian reasons for seeking entry into the United States. Unlike asylum or refugee status, which are forms of protection for individuals fleeing persecution, emergency humanitarian parole is typically granted for urgent medical treatment, family reunification in cases of medical emergency, or other compelling humanitarian reasons. It allows individuals to enter the U.S. on a temporary basis, often for a limited period, to address the urgent situation at hand.

Emergency humanitarian parole is discretionary and granted on a case-by-case basis by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) or U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). It is important to note that emergency humanitarian parole does not provide a pathway to permanent residency or citizenship in the United States. Instead, it offers temporary relief for individuals facing urgent and compelling circumstances that necessitate immediate action.

Benefits of Emergency Humanitarian Parole

Obtaining emergency humanitarian parole can offer several benefits to individuals facing urgent humanitarian situations:

  • Urgent Medical Treatment: Emergency humanitarian parole allows individuals to enter the United States for urgent medical treatment that may not be available in their home country. This can be crucial for individuals facing life-threatening illnesses or injuries that require immediate attention.

  • Family Reunification: In cases of medical emergencies or other humanitarian crises involving family members in the United States, emergency humanitarian parole can facilitate reunification by allowing family members to enter the country temporarily to provide support and care.

  • Humanitarian Relief: Emergency humanitarian parole may be granted for other compelling humanitarian reasons, such as providing assistance in natural disaster relief efforts or aiding individuals facing persecution or violence in their home countries.

Your Unique Journey Matters

We understand that every emergency humanitarian parole case is distinct, presenting its own array of challenges and factors. Our committed team devotes careful attention to the intricacies of your situation, delivering personalized service tailored to your specific needs.

Your Trusted Humanitarian Parole Advocates

At North County Immigration, we prioritize each client’s needs. We recognize that pursuing emergency humanitarian parole involves real individuals placing their trust in us. Our compassionate approach and steadfast dedication to your welfare distinguish us from the rest.

Take the First Step

If you require assistance with emergency humanitarian parole, don’t hesitate to reach out to us today. Allow us to make a significant impact on your life. Arrange a consultation with the Law Offices of Anna M. Hysell and embark on the journey toward a safer, brighter future.

Your request to humanitarian parole begins here. Reach out to us now for expert guidance and support.

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What Our Client Say About Us

North County Immigration has amazing customer service and super knowledgeable staff! I worked with a number of other immigration lawyers in the past, but Anna Hysell is by far superior. I was referred to Anna through another former client of hers that spoke volumes about her. I was able to get an appointment within a day. She is very detailed and was able to give me several solutions. The best part is her fees are very reasonable, even lower than some of her competitors. So you are getting the best help at an affordable price. Definitely call her because you won’t regret it!

Cindy B.

I went to Anna with some legal advise for a problem I was having with another company. The first thing I noticed that made me impressed, was her immediate sympathy for my problem. She wasn’t just a lawyer, but also a friend. She listened to all of my issues and then gave advise from both sides. She was honest in her opinion and gave me the advise I needed. I highly recommend Anna and her firm as an honest and trustworthy firm that will sincerely do all they can to help!

Cambrea B.

Going through any immigration process can be very stressful and time consuming (especially post COVID). Skeptical of lawyers, I opted for Anna and her team for my case after our initial report. Nothing was sugarcoated regarding my case or the process; her and her team were able to handled my case professionally and with the outmost communication (as possible).

Though I mostly communicated with Daniel via email and occasionally phone calls, he handle the process with the outmost integrity and support. They (him and Anna) explained the process and told me what we could possibly expect and not just what I wanted to hear (or had heard from other lawyers). Aware of the complexity of my case, they made the process as easy and smooth as possible and explained to me what was needed and expected of me.

Fees are reasonable and explained to you upfront or as they come (e.g., expedited process fees and documents).

Karen R.

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What Sets Us Apart

Former Government Attorney

Attorney Anna M. Hysell is a former Government attorney for both the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

Winning Complex Cases

We think like the interviewing officer or opposing government lawyer. We have earned a reputation for taking on and winning complicated immigration cases. 

Experienced Litigation Team

In a field with rampant fraud and incompetence, where many are taken advantage of, our experienced team protects the rights of our clients, ensuring that each receives fair and just treatment.

Commitment To Helping

We strive to listen to our client’s and minimize their stress. We work each day to ensure our client matters are handled properly and communicate the progress at the different stages of the matter.

Upfront Review Process

During your consultation, a full analysis is made including a review of all relevant documentation. The weaknesses in the case and how to overcome them are determined, as well as what evidence will be necessary and what the most efficient way is for the client to get the results they want.

Full Service Law Firm

The Law Offices of Anna M. Hysell is one of the top civil rights firms in the San Diego area. We strategically design our lawsuits to have an impact from the start and are not afraid to take on the most challenging cases. Our goal is to always achieve justice for our clients.

Case Results

Successful Deportation Defense for a Military Family

NCI helped a client with a prior successfully avoid deportation on the grounds of hardship as the defendant’s children’s mother was deployed.

Successful Asylum Claim from the Ukraine War

NCI helped an asylee seeking to escape the devastation and heartbreak caused by the unprovoked actions of the Putin Invasion of Ukraine.

B-2 Visa Extensions Granted to Keep a Family Together

NCI was able to get 6-month extensions approved for 2 minors to stay with their ill father in the United States while he undergoes medical treatment.

Asylum Obtained for an El Salvadoran Woman and Child

After months of preparing her case before the Immigration Court, and extensive negotiations with DHS, NCI was able to obtain asylum for our client and her child.

Reunification of an Escondido Family

NCI successfully helped an Escondido woman and her mother overcome some legal challenges and gain immigration status, allowing them to reunite.

Removal Order Rescinded

NCI was able to help rescind a removal order for our client who had the unfortunate luck of previously receiving poor counsel. 

Humanitarian Parole Lawyer FAQs

What is emergency humanitarian parole and who is eligible for it?

Emergency humanitarian parole is a temporary immigration status granted to individuals who have urgent humanitarian reasons for seeking entry into the United States. This may include individuals facing medical emergencies, family crises, or other compelling humanitarian circumstances. Eligibility for emergency humanitarian parole is determined based on the specific circumstances of the individual’s situation and the urgency of their humanitarian need.

How do I apply for emergency humanitarian parole?

Applications for emergency humanitarian parole are typically submitted to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) or U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) through a designated process. It is recommended to consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can assist you with preparing and submitting your application and navigating the complex requirements.

What documents do I need to provide when applying for emergency humanitarian parole?

The specific documents required for an emergency humanitarian parole application may vary depending on the individual’s circumstances and the reason for seeking parole. Generally, applicants are required to provide documentation supporting their humanitarian need for parole, such as medical records, letters from healthcare providers, or evidence of the humanitarian crisis they are facing.

How long does it take to process an emergency humanitarian parole application?

The processing time for emergency humanitarian parole applications can vary depending on various factors, including the complexity of the case and the workload of the immigration authorities. In urgent situations, expedited processing may be available, but it is important to be prepared for potential delays and to plan accordingly.

Can emergency humanitarian parole lead to permanent residency or citizenship in the United States?

No, emergency humanitarian parole is a temporary immigration status and does not provide a pathway to permanent residency or citizenship in the United States. It is granted for a specific period to address urgent humanitarian needs and is typically not renewable beyond the initial period granted.

Can I work or study in the United States while on emergency humanitarian parole?

Generally, individuals granted emergency humanitarian parole are not authorized to work or study in the United States unless they separately obtain the necessary work or student visas. Humanitarian parole is granted for a specific purpose, such as medical treatment or family reunification, and employment or study is not typically permitted under this status.

What happens if my emergency humanitarian parole application is denied?

If your emergency humanitarian parole application is denied, you may have the option to appeal the decision or explore other immigration options, such as applying for a different type of visa or seeking other forms of relief. It is advisable to consult with an experienced immigration attorney to discuss your options and determine the best course of action.