Humanitarian Relief

Humanitarian Relief Lawyer in Anaheim, CA

Find the Humanitarian Relief Program That Is Right for You

According to the U.S. Department of State, the United States is the largest single provider of humanitarian assistance worldwide. The primary goal of U.S. humanitarian assistance is to save lives and alleviate suffering, and the country accomplishes this goal by offering several humanitarian programs and protection to assist individuals and families in need. 

The United States not only provides international disaster assistance but also offers asylum and refugee status to people fleeing disasters and oppression and seeking emergency medical treatment.

If you need to escape your home country, you cannot go home because you fear persecution, you need emergency medical care, or you are facing other urgent circumstances, Law Offices of Fady Eskandar may be able to help.

Our Anaheim humanitarian relief attorney understands what you are going through because he has been through the immigration process himself. You can trust him to offer honest representation and handle your case with compassion.


To learn more about seeking refugee status, applying for asylum, or accessing another humanitarian relief program in the United States, please call us at (714) 909-2127 today. 


What Kinds of Humanitarian Relief Programs Does the United States Offer?

The United States offers humanitarian relief programs to people inside and outside of the United States. These programs include:

  • Protection for abused, spouses, and children of U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents under the Violence Against Women Act of 1994 (VAWA).
  • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) for people who came to the United States as children and meet certain requirements.
  • Deferred Enforced Departure (DED) for certain individuals from designated countries and regions facing natural disasters or political or civic conflicts (designated countries and regions include Liberia through June 30, 2022; Hong Kong through Feb. 5, 2023; and Venezuela through July 20, 2022).
  • Various programs for Afghans (see USCIS ‘Information for Afghans’ page)
  • Humanitarian or Significant Public Benefit Parole for those with urgent humanitarian or significant public benefit reasons (including individuals who apply under special parole programs, such as the Haitian and Cuban Family Reunification Parole programs and International Entrepreneur Parole)
  • Refugee status and asylum for people inside and outside of the United States (and at ports of entry) who have been persecuted or fear persecution on behalf of their race, religion, nationality, political opinion, or membership in a particular social group.
  • Special relief for students suffering severe economic hardship
  • Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for certain foreign nationals who are unable to return home safely due to ongoing armed conflict, an environmental disaster, an epidemic, or other extraordinary and temporary conditions (as of March 18, 2022, countries designated for TPS include Burma/Myanmar, El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Nepal, Nicaragua, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Syria, Venezuela, and Yemen).
  • T Visas and U Visas for victims of human trafficking and other crimes (including Female Genital Mutilation or Cutting (FGM/C) or female circumcision).
  • Legal aid, social services, and safety planning for those in or at risk of a forced marriage

The process for seeking humanitarian relief will vary depending on your unique situation. 

If any of these circumstances apply to you, discuss your rights and legal options with our Anaheim humanitarian relief lawyer.

Can You Come to the United States for Medical Care?

Yes. To seek medical treatment in the United States, you will need to apply for a B-2 tourist visa at your local U.S. embassy or consulate. You will also need to answer questions about:

  • Your medical situation
  • Treatment options available in your home country
  • The treatment you are seeking in the United States
  • Your doctors, hospitals, tests, procedures, medications, medical conditions, and potential treatments in the future
  • How much your treatment costs
  • Who will pay for the treatment
  • Your plans to stay in the United States for a temporary and specified period
  • Your binding ties and intentions to return home
  • And more

Additionally, you may be asked to provide proof of your medical condition and your ability to pay for treatment – even if your doctor waives certain fees for humanitarian reasons.

If you are facing an urgent medical condition, you cannot risk having your visa application denied, so you should contact a humanitarian relief attorney for help. Consider seeking a lawyer in the city you wish to retain treatment.

Law Offices of Fady Eskandar is here for you in Anaheim and throughout Southern California.

Get Help Now

Individuals and families who need humanitarian assistance do not have time to waste. If you qualify for humanitarian relief programs or protection, please reach out to our firm as soon as possible.

We can help you find the appropriate program and get your application to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services – and walk you through every step of the immigration process.

Fady Eskandar has been through the immigration process and understands the challenges you may be facing. He is uniquely equipped to stand by your side and available to answer any questions or concerns you may have. 


If you need help, do not wait. Instead, call Law Offices of Fady Eskandar at (714) 909-2127 or send us a message today.