The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has updated its COVID-19 vaccination requirements for individuals paroled into the U.S. through the “United for Ukraine” program.
Additional Information: Individuals will not be required to submit an attestation if they qualify for a vaccination exception. More information regarding “Uniting for Ukraine” is available on this DHS website. BAL will continue to follow developments specifically affecting Ukrainian nationals and will provide updates on important immigration updates as information becomes available.
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