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The Biden administration has formally launched “Uniting for Ukraine,” a humanitarian parole program that is key to its efforts to welcome 100,000 displaced Ukrainians to the U.S.
Additional Information: The U.S. has taken a number of steps in response to the invasion of Ukraine, including designating Ukraine for Temporary Protected Status (TPS), suspending some employment authorization requirements for certain students from Ukraine and exempting some individuals traveling from Ukraine from COVID-19 vaccination and testing requirements. The State Department pledged additional resources last week, including resources to process Ukrainian citizens for refugee resettlement under the Lautenberg Program, expand mechanisms for referrals to the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program (USRAP), and broaden access to nonimmigrant visa processing at U.S. embassies and consulates in Europe. BAL will continue to follow the administration’s response to the crisis in Ukraine and will provide updates as information becomes available.
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