Applying for Filipino World War II Veterans Parole Program
This question comes from Teresita, a Pinoy Panawagan viewer:
I watched your television segment about the Filipino World War II veterans parole program, and I witnessed that there are family members of veterans who are now in the U.S. on parole. This gave us hope that my siblings can also try to apply with the widowed mother who is the surviving spouse of my veteran father as petitioner.
I am preparing the form I-131 for FWVP parole application of my sister. Do I need to prepare one for her husband and also one for her child below 21 years of age? Do these derivatives need to pay the application fee of $575 each? Do I need to keep their application bundled together?
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