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If you have already been paroled under the CAM Parole program, you may apply for re-parole by filing Form I-131, Application for Travel Document.
To be granted re-parole, you will need to establish that there are urgent humanitarian or significant public benefit reasons for you to remain in the United States and that you merit a positive exercise of discretion.
If you have been conditionally-approved for parole and paid the International Organization for Migration (IOM) for your medical exam, you will be notified that the CAM Parole program has been terminated and your conditional offer of parole has been rescinded.If you have not completed a medical exam, then IOM will contact you to arrange for a refund of your medical exam expense.If you have already completed a medical exam, then there is no refund of the medical exam expense.If individuals are denied refugee status, they will not automatically be considered for or offered parole under the CAM Parole program.They may, however, submit a Request for Review of their denied refugee case.
issued on May 17, 2019 and related settlement agreement, USCIS is reopening and continuing processing of certain CAM parole cases under the previous CAM parole policies and procedures. Individuals who were determined to be ineligible for refugee status were then considered by USCIS for the possibility of entering the United States under parole.