We have received many calls about this program, and we want to assure you that you cannot apply directly for this parole process. Once your residency petition (I-130) is approved and your case is pending with the National Visa Center, the Department of State will randomly choose petitions to be processed under this program. Therefore, it is very important that you maintain your current email, phone number, and address with the National Visa Center to ensure you get notified if you are selected to apply for the parole process.
Also, it is very important that you advise friends and family abroad in Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras not to enter the U.S. unlawfully or lawfully if they expect to be eligible for this program. We had a few clients call this week advising us that their relatives were now in the U.S., and they wanted to apply for this program. It cannot be applied for from the U.S. This is for individuals located outside of the U.S. You can find more information about this program at https://www.uscis.gov/es/FRP