U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is holding a webinar Thursday on the “Uniting for Ukraine” program.
Additional Information: President Joe Biden announced the creation of “Uniting for Ukraine” on April 21, framing it as a key part of the U.S.’s efforts to welcome up to 100,000 individuals fleeing the Russian invasion of Ukraine. In order to participate in “Uniting for Ukraine,” Ukrainians must have a supporter in the U.S. who provides them with financial support during their time in the country, among other requirements. U.S.-based supporters must file Form I-134 with USCIS on behalf of a Ukrainian beneficiary. The government will vet applicants to ensure they can meet their financial obligations. More information is available here.
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