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AILA Doc. No. 22042100 | Dated April 26, 2022 | File Size: 845 KDownload the Document
On April 21, 2022, the Biden Administration announced "Uniting for Ukraine," which provides a streamlined process for displaced Ukrainian citizens and their immediate family members who are outside the United States to come to the United States and stay temporarily for up to two years. Participants in the program must have a U.S.-based financial supporter.
See the DHS Federal Register notice on "Uniting for Ukraine."
For the most up-to-date information on the program, eligibility requirements, and how to apply, visit the DHS and USCIS "Uniting for Ukraine" webpages. Additionally, see information from DOS for nationals of Ukraine.
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