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HUMANITARIAN PAROLE: Information About the Individual Agreeing to Financially Support Beneficiaries.

Username: resilna@thelimo.us

Username: rose@thelimo.us

Username: claudia@thelimo.us

Username: jade@thelimo.us

Username: claudy@thelimo.us

Username: jean@thelimo.us

Username: odile@thelimo.us


You are responsible for receiving, maintaining, and supporting the beneficiary for their temporary stay in the United States. Describe the resources you plan to use or provide to ensure the beneficiary has adequate financial support to cover their basic living needs.


Claudy Fanord:

As I acknowledge that beneficiary needs can be categorized into physiological (food, clothing, housing, health), psychological (e.g., safety, self-realization), economic (employment, income), and socio-cultural (group belonging, education, recreation, and social recognition). As demonstrated by my assets, I will continue to live with my beloved brother and support him as I have always done. Claudy is also my colleague because he is ITIAHaiti's assistant treasurer in Haiti, the organization I lead in the U.S. and Haiti. He also studies computer science and accounting in Haiti. My business and the organization I lead will also benefit from Claudy's support as a volunteer. In my family, I am the only child among five in the U.S., and I always do my best to provide as little to other family members in Haiti as I can. My youngest brother, Claudy Fanord, was born in my presence in Port-au-Prince, and I always remember the exact date, so I have to support and protect him.


Resilna Arestil:


Physiologically, psychologically, economically, and recreationally, I will ensure she is happy in my family. Despite being in the U.S., I care for my grandmother Rezilna Arestil in Haiti by renting her an apartment and sending food, clothes, and money. My grandmother is a great inspiration to me. My wife is pregnant, and she will give birth in March 2023. If she were here, she could see my newborn and support her as she did for me, teaching her Haitian Creole and babysitting during her time in the U.S. My grandmother raised me during my childhood and worked the earth very hard to provide me with daily bread. She was the one I used to call mom when I was a kid. I wish I could give her back today, but unfortunately, the current situation in my country prevents me from doing so, even seeing or living with her. I always dreamed of making her smile, as she always said I would be her old-age cane, the last child who would take care of her. I consider my grandmother to be my idol and my closest friend. Among five children in my family, I am the only one living in the U.S., and I always provide as little as possible for the rest of my family back home.


Odile Thelimo:

I am the only member of my family living in the U.S., and I always do my best to provide the rest of the family in Haiti with what I can. Until my brother can work in the U.S., I will make sure he has physiological, psychological, economic, and recreational satisfaction in my family, in the U.S. On December 29, 2019, I invited Odile to witness my wedding in Boston, Massachusetts, which was held in May 2020. I used the same Pending Online Nonimmigrant Visa Application (DS-160 Confirmation No: AA009IS4GX) to ask him to my wedding ceremony on July 3, 2021, in Miami, Florida. Due to Covid19, he could not attend, so I had to marry without any parents other than my step-sister from my father's side. The U.S. embassy in Port-au-Prince has no scheduled interview dates, and the visa appointment has passed.


Odil Thelimo is my eldest brother from my mother's side. As everyone can see, my middle name is Thelimo, the same as my mother's last name. Thelimo used to be my last name too. However, when I ran for office in 2015, I changed my last name to Louis because I wanted to be recognized as a Haitian. A parent candidate's birth or death certificate must be presented to the electoral office to prove they are Haitian. Until we grew up with our mother in the Grande Anse department of Haiti, Odil and I were raised by our grandmother in the rural part of the department. Odil's support will also benefit my business and the organization I lead.


Rose Mercila Thelimo:

As the only child in the U.S. of five children, my mother and family rely on me for support. I came from a low-income family and was raised without a father or family support. My mother had no intellectual background but sold various things to provide me with my primary needs. My mother will be in good hands because she has a good relationship with my wife, and she has my godmother, one of her best friends in Boston, to socialize with, and other friends in the U.S. that she can visit for entertainment too. I will ensure she has physiological, psychological, economic, and recreational satisfaction in my family as her support until she can work.


Cooking is my mother's passion, and I have always imagined opening a restaurant here in the United States. My mom's support will also benefit my business and my organization. I have a lot of affection for my mother. My wife is pregnant, and she will give birth in March 2023. I would love her to see my newborn and support my babe girl, how she used to take care of me, teaching her Haitian Creole and helping with babysitting during her stay at home until she can work in the U.S. Please, give my mom a chance.


Jean Bertrand Oriza:

As family members, we are comfortable eating as comfortably as it is and uncomfortable as it is. Due to what's happening in our country, Haiti, we rely on one another to survive. While awaiting employment, I will ensure my dearest brother receives my family's physiological, psychological, economic, and recreational support. Jean Bertrand's support will also benefit my business and the organization I lead. I consider Jean Bertrand Oriza to be one of my kindest siblings. As per our religious practices, we don't gamble, smoke, or drink alcohol. When I left Haiti, I ensured he was in school, and he began doing business after graduating from the State University of Haiti with a bachelor's degree in accounting.


I invited my younger Jean to witness my wedding in Boston, Massachusetts, on May 20, 2020. To request his participation in my wedding on July 3, 2021, in Miami, Florida, I used the same Pending Online Nonimmigrant Visa Application (DS-160 Confirmation No: AA009IS6CZ). Due to Covid19, he could not attend, so I had to marry without any parents other than my step-sister from my father's side. There are no interview dates at the U.S. embassy in Port-au-Prince, and the visa appointment has been passed. Since I feared hearing that one of them would die of hunger, I always sent money to them. I will not be able to attend their funeral due to the country's insecurity. I try to provide as little as possible for my family in Haiti since I am the only child in the U.S.


Claudia Oriza:

The only member of my family in Haiti who lives in the U.S. is me, so I do my best to provide for the rest of the family. As the only daughter of my mother among five children, Claudia Oriza is kind, respectful, and a true friend to everyone. She will have the key to the house, and all our resources will be at her disposal—physiological (food, clothing, housing, health) and psychological. Besides psychological needs (e.g., safety and self-realization), I will ensure she receives economic (employment, income) and socio-cultural needs, such as belonging, education, recreation, and social recognition.


My little sister was invited to my May 20, 2020, wedding in Boston, Massachusetts, on December 29, 2019. I asked her about my July 3, 2021, wedding ceremony using the same Pending Online Nonimmigrant Visa Application (DS-160 Confirmation No: AA009IS5OP). Due to Covid19, he could not attend, so I had to marry without any parents other than my step-sister from my father's side. No interview dates are scheduled at the U.S. embassy in Port-au-Prince, and the visa appointment has passed. Claudia's support as an active member will benefit my business and the organization I lead.



You are responsible for ensuring the beneficiary has safe and appropriate housing for the duration of their parole in the United States. Describe how you will ensure that the beneficiary's housing needs are met, including where they will reside during their temporary stay in the United States if known.


Claudy Fanord:

We live in a beautiful two-bedroom apartment at Windsor Gardens, Norwood, Massachusetts, with only our 5-year-old daughter. We pay around $2500/month for rent, including electricity, water, and gas. Our apartment is large enough to host a family member for a temporary stay of up to a year, and we can move to a bigger one if necessary. We have four laptops and three T.V.s and live in a safe neighborhood. I have an extra cellphone that my guest can use whenever needed. My wife has a 2020 Nissan Rogue, and I also own a 2020 Toyota Rav4 Limited Hybrid paid off.


Resilna Arestil:

With only our 5-year-old daughter, we live in a beautiful two-bedroom apartment in Windsor Gardens, Norwood, Massachusetts. Our rent includes electricity, water, and gas, and we pay around $2500/month. Our apartment is large enough to host a family member for a temporary stay of up to a year, and if necessary, we can move to a larger one. We have four laptops at home and three televisions and live in a safe neighborhood. I have an extra cellphone that my grandma can use whenever needed. I own a 2020 Toyota Rav4 Limited Hybrid, and my wife owns a 2020 Nissan Rogue.


Odil Thelimo:

Only one child is in our two-bedroom apartment in Windsor Gardens, Norwood, Massachusetts. We pay around $2500/month for rent, including electricity, water, and gas. We have four laptops at home and three televisions and live in a safe neighborhood. I have an extra cellphone that my brother can use whenever he needs it. We can host a family member for up to a year in our apartment. If necessary, we can move to a larger one, in addition to owning a 2020 Nissan Rogue and a paid-off 2020 Toyota Rav4 Limited Hybrid.


Jean Bertrand Oriza:

We live in our two-bedroom apartment in Windsor Gardens, Norwood, Massachusetts, with just our 5-year-old daughter. Rent is around $2500/month, which includes electricity, water, and gas. A family member can stay in our apartment for up to a year if necessary, and if needed, we can move to a larger one. We have four laptops and three televisions and live in a safe neighborhood. My brother Jean can use an additional cell phone whenever needed. Besides my wife's 2020 Nissan Rogue, I own a fully-paid 2020 Toyota Rav4 Limited Hybrid.


Claudia Oriza:

There is only one 5-year-old in our two-bedroom apartment at Windsor Gardens, Norwood, Massachusetts. Rent includes electricity, water, and gas; we pay around $2500/month. It is large enough to host a family member for up to one year in our apartment, and we can move to a larger apartment if necessary. In addition to four laptops and three televisions, we live in a safe neighborhood. I have an extra cell phone that my sister can use whenever she needs it. I own a paid-off 2020 Toyota Rav4 Limited Hybrid, and my wife owns a 2020 Nissan Rogue.


Rose Mercila Thelimo:

We live with our 5-year-old daughter in Windsor Gardens, Norwood, Massachusetts. Our rent includes electricity, water, and gas, and we pay around $2500/month. In addition to four laptops and three televisions at home, we live in a safe neighborhood and can move to a bigger apartment if necessary. Our apartment is large enough to host a family member for a temporary stay of up to one year. I have an extra cellphone my mom can use whenever she likes. My wife has a 2020 Nissan Rogue SUV, and I have a fully paid-off 2020 Toyota Rav4 Hybrid.



You are responsible for assisting the beneficiary's access to available services and benefits such as learning English, securing employment opportunities once authorized to work, enrolling children in school, and helping to enroll for benefits for which they are eligible. Describe what steps you plan to take as part of these responsibilities.


Claudy Fanord:

The knowledge I have of navigating American culture is beneficial to any newcomer in the country. I am a peer educator, a volunteer, a paralegal, an interpreter, and a community leader with expertise in directing people to the appropriate agencies in Massachusetts, especially in the Boston community. I will complete my two years executive master's degree in public service in February 2023 and graduate on May 20, 2023, and I hope to see Claudy's presence at my graduation too. I believe in education and possess many skills to help others. I lead a 501c3 literary, socio-educational, and cultural organization in Massachusetts that works with various nonprofit partners, including churches and grassroots organizations, that offer free or low-cost English and computer classes, trade schools, and other services to new immigrants. I publicly thank and congratulate President Biden/Harry's administration as great public servants for the Humanitarian program and the light in the tunnel for people living in Haiti.


Rezilna Arestil:

I am a peer educator, a volunteer, a paralegal, an interpreter, and a community leader with expertise in directing individuals to the appropriate agencies in Massachusetts, especially in the Boston area. Newcomers in the United States always benefit from my knowledge of American culture. I believe in education and possess many skills to help others as I will complete my two-year executive master's degree in public service in February 2023 and graduate on May 20, 2023. I hope to see Grandmother's presence at my graduation too. My organization works with several nonprofit partners, including churches and grassroots organizations, to provide free or low-cost English and computer classes, trade schools, and other services for new immigrants. I thank and congratulate the Biden/Harry administration for their humanitarian efforts and the light at the end of the tunnel for Haitians.


Odil Thelimo:

In my experience, any newcomer to the country will benefit from my knowledge of American culture. With expertise in directing people to appropriate agencies in Massachusetts, especially the Boston community, I am a peer educator, a volunteer, a paralegal, an interpreter, and a community leader. I believe in education and possess many skills to help others as I will complete my two-year executive master's degree in public service in February 2023. I will graduate on May 20, 2023, and I hope to see Odil's presence at my graduation too. As the director of a 501c3 literary, socio-educational, and cultural organization in Massachusetts, I collaborate with nonprofit partners to provide new immigrants with free or low-cost English and computer classes, trade schools, and other services. I publicly thank and congratulate President Biden/Harry's administration as outstanding public servants for the Humanitarian program and for providing hope to Haitians.


Jean Bertrand Oriza:

Knowing American culture is beneficial to any newcomer to the country. As a peer educator, volunteer, paralegal, interpreter, and community leader, I am knowledgeable about directing people to the appropriate agencies in Massachusetts, particularly in Boston. I believe in education and possess many skills to help others, as I will finish my two-year executive master's degree in public service in February 2023 and graduate on May 20, 2023. I hope to see my brother Jean Bertrand's presence at my graduation too. In Massachusetts, I lead a 501c3 literary, socio-educational, and cultural organization that partners with various nonprofits, such as churches and grassroots organizations, to provide free English classes, computer classes, trade schools, and other services to new immigrants at low or no cost. Having been a part of the Humanitarian Parole Program and seeing the light at the end of the tunnel for Haitians, I congratulate the Biden/Harry administration for being great public servants.


Claudia Oriza:

I can guide newcomers to American culture using the knowledge I possess. I am a peer educator, a volunteer, a paralegal, an interpreter, and a community leader with expertise in directing people to the appropriate agencies in Massachusetts, particularly in the Boston area. Since I will complete my two-year executive master's degree in public service in February 2023 and graduate on May 20, 2023, I hope to see Claudy's presence at my graduation too. I strongly believe in education and many skills for helping others. As the president of a 501c3 literary, socio-educational, and cultural organization in Massachusetts, I work with various nonprofit organizations offering free or low-cost English, computer, and trade school classes and other services to new immigrants, including churches and grassroots organizations. I congratulate and thank President Biden/Harry's administration as great public servants for the Humanitarian Parole program and the hope for Haitians living in the darkness.


Rose Mercila Thelimo:

As a newcomer, my knowledge of American culture will be beneficial. A peer educator, volunteer, paralegal, interpreter, and community leader, I assist people in finding the appropriate agencies in Massachusetts, especially in Boston. My executive master's degree in public service will be completed in February 2023. I will graduate on May 20, 2023, and I hope to see my mother's presence at my graduation too. I am dedicated to education and have many skills to assist others. Throughout Massachusetts, I lead a 501c3 literary, socio-educational, and cultural organization that collaborates with various nonprofit partners, such as churches and grassroots organizations, to provide new immigrants free English and computer classes, trade schools, and other services. As a great public servant, I congratulate President Biden/Harry for the Humanitarian program and for being a light in the dark for Haitians.


Wilson Thelimo Louis,

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Wilson Thelimo Louis
Wilson Thelimo Louis