In today’s world, immigration and family reunification are topics of great importance. Recently, new humanitarian permit processes have been implemented that affect several countries, including Ecuador. This post will explore these processes in detail and what you need to know if you are considering applying.
Family reunification humanitarian permits are government efforts to facilitate legal and safe migration, focusing on maintaining family unity. These permits are available for various countries, including Ecuador, Colombia, Cuba, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, and Honduras.
This process is unique and only available by invitation. If a beneficiary is eligible, they may come to the United States while waiting for their immigrant visa based on a family petition.
Once selected, the beneficiary must complete a medical examination and background check. Beneficiaries may receive a temporary stay permit in the United States, which can last up to three years. During this time, they can apply for a work permit and a social security number.
It is vital to understand these processes and stay updated on government changes. If you are considering applying or have family members who could benefit, make sure to seek appropriate legal advice and be well informed. If you have questions or need more information, do not hesitate to contact us at Abogados Centro Legal. Call us at 205-940-2233 or schedule your consultation.