There are an estimated 6,000 U.S. Citizens or Permanent Resident Filipino American World War II veterans in the United States.
Details of the program have yet to be formally announced, but it is very likely to closely resemble the Haitian Family Reunification Parole Program (HFRP).
Under the HFRP model, immediate relatives (spouse, parents or children) of U.S. Citizens are not eligible for this parole program since they already have immigrant visas immediately available. The program only covers relatives with approved petitions in the following categories, and will allow in some relatives as much as two years prior to when it is believed their priority dates become current.
FB-1: Unmarried sons and daughters (over 20 years-old)
of U.S. Citizens
FB-2A: Spoused and children of Permanent Residents
FB-2B: Unmarried sons and daughters of Permanent
FB-3 Married sons and daughters of U.S. Citizens
FB-4: Brothers and sisters of U.S. Citizens
More information will be posted once the program details are announced.
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