[Free] Afghan Expedited Asylum Under Oar

Learn how to file Asylum cases for Afghans using the expedited OAR process. – Free Course

What you’ll learn

  • Strategies and processes for applying for expedited asylum cases for Afghans.
  • How to use OnlineVisas Intelligent Immigration Platform, VisasAI to provide strategy sessions.
  • How to use OnlineVisas Intelligent Immigration Platform, VisasAI to draft legal briefs, declarations, witness statements and expert opinions.
  • How to use OnlineVisas Intelligent Immigration Platform, VisasAI to draft the I-589 and other forms for Afghan Asylum cases.

Requirements

  • Helpful but not required to have an understanding of Asylum at a basic level.

Description

Learn how to file Asylum cases for Afghans using the expedited OAR process.

“On August 29, 2021, President Biden directed the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to lead and coordinate ongoing efforts across the federal government to support vulnerable Afghans, including those who worked alongside us in Afghanistan for the past two decades, as they safely resettle in the United States. At the Presidents direction, the Secretary of Homeland Security is working with representatives from across the government to coordinate our response and ensure unity of effort.

To lead the effort in support of Operation Allies Welcome, DHS established a Unified Coordination Group (UCG). The UCG reports directly to the Secretary of Homeland Security and coordinates the implementation of a broad range of services, including initial processing, COVID-19 testing, isolation of COVID-positive individuals, vaccinations, additional medical services, and screening and support for individuals who are neither U.S. citizens nor lawful permanent residents. This support includes initial processing at pre-designated U.S. military bases prior to being connected with non-governmental organizations for resettlement into communities. The work of the UCG is undertaken in close collaboration with partners in state and local government, non-governmental organizations, and the private sector.

Most Afghan nationals arriving as part of the evacuation effort will be paroled into the United States on a case-by-case basis, for humanitarian reasons, for a period of two years. As noted above, parole is only issued subsequent to required screening and vetting. Afghan nationals have conditions placed on their parole, including requiring them to receive medical screening, critical vaccinations, and other reporting requirements. Failure to fulfill these conditions may cause individuals to have their work authorization denied, and potentially to have their parole terminated, which could lead to detention and removal proceedings. Afghan parolees may be eligible to apply for immigration benefits through (USCIS).” – USCIS

Author(s): Jon Velie

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