Humanitarian Parole is an authorization to enter the United States. Those who benefit from this permit can also live in that country temporarily. Although the document has many advantages, there is a specific aspect that prohibits travel to a third country. However, like every rule, there is also an exception to this. What is it about? The exception to the question relates to a Travel Permit or Advance Parole Travel Document. With it you can enter or leave Canada, from the United States, within one year from the date of issue.
This type of exception is not available in other countries. Essentially, the only permit, in general, to travel to the United States. You have the option to stay with legal status in the country for the time specified in the permit.
Parole: emergency and humanitarian reasons
A parole is a special document issued for a specific period and supported by an emergency or purely humanitarian reason. In this case, moreover, the permits are issued for an important public benefit. Parole is granted by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The Customs and Border Protection Office (CBP) has similar powers.
The traveler can request this humanitarian permit if they are at the border of the United States. In other cases, people from certain countries approved in January by the current administration of Joe Biden are eligible. This includes Haitians, Venezuelans, Cubans and Nicaraguans.
As part of the process, migrants undergo a background investigation for security reasons. If the applicant does not pass the requirements, they cannot enter the country. There are clear examples of situations such as not being vaccinated against measles, polio or at least the first dose of Covid-19.