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Parole Requests in Response to Shooting in Uvalde, Texas

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USCIS announced that those seeking parole into the U.S. to attend a funeral or provide emergency assistance to a family member affected by the shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde,
Texas should submit a request for urgent humanitarian or significant public benefit parole by filing Form I-131, Application for Travel Document. 
Applicants should provide evidence of the relationship to the affected family member, a completed Form I-134,
Declaration of Financial Support, and any other evidence required to support the parole request. USCIS is exempting the filing fee for Form I-131 for those requesting parole in response to the Uvalde shooting.
Applicants should write “Uvalde” on the top right of their Form I-131 and include a cover sheet on top of the application package that indicates “Uvalde.”

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If you are seeking parole into the United States for yourself or someone else to attend a funeral or provide emergency assistance to a family member affected by the shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, submit a request for urgent humanitarian or significant public benefit parole by filing Form I-131, Application for Travel Document. 

Parole Requests in Response to the Shooting in Uvalde, Texas