Humanitarian Services

Your Ally in Navigating Immigration

Trusted Expertise for Complex Humanitarian Immigration Cases

Our office is very passionate about advocating for our vulnerable clients. We are thrilled with each approval we earn for our clients seeking a wide variety of humanitarian immigration benefits.

When it comes to humanitarian immigration, we offer a range of services designed to assist those in need. Our expertise includes:

  • Deferred ActionOur team can help you understand and apply for deferred action, a temporary relief from deportation that may be available to individuals who meet specific criteria.
  • Deferred Action Based on a Medical ConditionThis permits individuals (and their caregivers) with no other immigration options who desperately need medical care to remain in the United States while undergoing medical treatment. If approved, deferred action status provides protection from removal in 2-year increments, a work permit and and Social Security Number
  • U VisasWe can provide guidance and support in navigating the U visa application process, which is available for victims of certain crimes who have suffered substantial physical or mental abuse.
  • Humanitarian ParoleIf you require entry into the United States for urgent humanitarian reasons, we can assist you in seeking humanitarian parole, which allows temporary admission.
  • Military Parole in Place We provide assistance with parole in place applications, a mechanism that allows certain eligible individuals who are already in the United States without status to obtain lawful presence.
  • Parole/Sponsorship ProgramsSponsorship programs may be available for designated countries such as Venezuela, Ukraine, Cuba, Haiti, and Nicaragua.
  • Filings under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)We have a successful track record in adjudicating VAWA applications for both male and female applicants, providing support and protection. We also file for parents of U.S. citizen children over 21 years old who have been subjected to emotional and/or physical abuse by their child.
  • Temporary Protected Status (TPS)TPS is a temporary immigration status provided to nationals of specifically designated countries that are confronting an ongoing armed conflict, environmental disaster, or extraordinary and temporary conditions. It provides a work permit and protection from deportation to foreign nationals from those countries who are in the United States at the time the U.S. government makes the designation. In some cases, the TPS beneficiary can apply for a travel document as well.
  • T VisaThe T Visa is a type of humanitarian immigration relief allowing survivors of human trafficking and their immediate family members to remain and work temporarily in the United States. The T Visa also creates a path to a green card
  • Special Immigrant Juvenile PetitionsOur team supports the filing of special immigrant juvenile petitions, assisting children in difficult circumstances to obtain lawful status. We work closely with family law attorneys to seamlessly obtain the requisite custody orders to permit children who are abandoned, abused, or neglected by their parents or guardians to live in the United States on a permanent basis.

Rest assured that our team is dedicated to providing compassionate and knowledgeable support throughout the humanitarian immigration process. We understand the challenges you may face and are here to help you navigate the complexities with care and expertise.

We're here to help.

Our team is standing by to support your immigration needs. Reach out to us directly for support in Spanish and English.

Call : (267) 405-6600

  • “For over a decade, I have only trusted Audrey and her team with my immigration case since I applied for DACA at age 14. I now have my green card. The filings were flawless and everything was smooth sailing. Although we were really nervous at times, Audrey made sure we knew everything was going to be fine. She will get things done for you and done right!”

    BRYAN A.
  • “Audrey and her team are the epitome of professionalism and commitment. They worked tirelessly for YEARS for my entire family. My mom had a convoluted, difficult case and is now a green card holder after 30 years. Audrey explored all avenues and did not give up. I am now a U.S. citizen and a licensed professional. NONE of my success would have happened without Audrey’s extensive knowledge.”

    AISHA T.
  • “My husband Darryl and I have nothing but high praise for Audrey Allen and her legal team. Audrey’s friendly and compassionate spirit made us immediately feel at ease. Her dedication and professionalism made my K-1 visa and green card application so much more smoother. I highly recommend the law office of Audrey Allen Immigration for your legal needs.”