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Can You Travel Outside of the United States While on Humanitarian Parole / Uniting for Ukraine?

Posted on January 10, 2023

Ukrainian humanitarian parolees must apply for an Advance Parole Travel Document in order to travel outside of the United States or a U.S. territory. To apply for an Advance Parole Travel Document... Read more

Tips for Obtaining a Non-Working Social Security Number (SSN)

Posted on December 2, 2022

Ukrainian humanitarian parolees are eligible to apply for a Social Security Number (SSN) without receiving employment authorization. This is called a non-working SSN. However, it is only issued to individuals who are able to demonstrate that they require a non-working SSN in order to obtain health or social services benefits. Read more

Ukraine Immigration Task Force Featured in Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP Pro Bono News

Posted on December 2, 2022

The Ukraine Immigration Task Force has been featured in a pro bono news article by Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP. The Task Force announced a launch of its redesigned website on December 1 to help Ukrainians fleeing war find trusted resources on U.S. immigration. The redesigned website is a collaboration with a team from Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP, which provided web design and development support to create the website. Many thanks to the Paul, Weiss team for their pro bono assistance! To read the news article on the Paul, Weiss website, visit https://www.paulweiss.com/practices/pro-bono/news/paul-weiss-collaborates-with-ukraine-immigration-task-force-to-launch-new-website?id=45493. To read the press release about our website re-launch and learn more about the Ukraine Immigration Task Force, visit https://ukrainetaskforce.org/ukraine-immigration-task-force-launches-redesigned-website-with-multilingual-guidance-and-resources-for-ukrainians-seeking-refuge-in-the-united-states/. Read more

USCIS Announces Eligible Ukrainian and Afghan Parolees May Work for up to 90 Days before Receiving an Employment Authorization Document (EAD)

Posted on November 21, 2022

We are excited to share a major legal update about employment by Ukrainians prior to receiving work permits! Today, USCIS announced a major update on employment authorization for Ukrainian humanitarian parolees. Please see the full announcement at the bottom of this post. Read more

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