Asylum application form for Ukrainians (automated)
Author: Six Fifty
If you're a Ukrainian in the United States you might be able to apply for asylum. If granted, having asylum allows you to stay in the U.S. Use these automated forms in English and Ukrainian to make the application easier.
If you have questions about what asylum is or whether it's right for you, you should meet with an immigration lawyer who can help you decide and complete the form with you.
If you're a Ukrainian in the United States you can extend your stay by filing for Temporary Protected Status (TPS). TPS allows you to stay until September 2023. Use these automated forms in English and Ukrainian to make the application easier. It is free to complete the forms, but there are still fees to file them with USCIS.
If you aren't sure whether or not TPS is the right choice, you should look for a free legal clinic or meet with an immigration lawyer who can help you decide and complete the forms.
Information from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services for Afghan nationals, includes links to forms and information about Temporary Protected Status (TPS), Special Immigrant Visas, Parolee status and work authorization and other possible legal options.
The Unaccompanied Children Resource Center offers free help and information for advocates and immigrants. Scroll down at this link for information about who can stay in the United States, how to take good care of your case, what happens in immigration court, and living in the United States.
Immi is an online screening tool and legal information website, also available in Spanish, that helps immigrants in the U.S. understand their legal options. It is free and confidential. Start by completing the online interview to understand your immigration options. At the end, you will receive personalized results that explain your immigration options, as well as why you might qualify and potential risks. Or browse the Learning Center for information about your rights and about different types of immigration status.