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USCRI Webinar: Ukrainian Policy Update

By USCRI February 26, 2024

Two years after the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, violence, destruction, and violations of international law continue to create dire conditions for civilians living in Ukraine and fuel widespread displacement both in and outside of the country.

On February 26, USCRI legal and policy staff hosted a webinar to discuss the latest on policy and legal questions for Ukrainian nationals in the U.S., including questions about parole, reauthorization of benefits for newly arriving Ukrainians, Temporary Protected Status, paths to permanent status, and more.

Please click here USCRI Webinar: Ukrainian Policy Update (youtube.com) or see below to watch the webinar recording.

(Please note: this webinar does not constitute legal advice and is purely for the purpose of education)

USCRI will continue to monitor the situation in Ukraine.

 

 

Update 2/29:

After the Ukraine policy update was hosted on February 26, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services on February 27 announced a new re-parole process for certain Ukrainian citizens and their immediate family members in the United States. For more information and resources on this process, click here for USCRI’s statement on the announcement.

 

If you have any questions, please contact us at [email protected].

 


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