The Colossus Project
The Colossus Project is a non-profit organization committed to transforming the lives of Ukrainian recipients who have been granted humanitarian parole by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) under Form 134-A. This ambitious initiative aims to provide essential support to those individuals who have found refuge in the United States, helping them to rebuild their lives and create a brighter future. The project also strives to raise awareness about sponsorship opportunities. The founders envisioned a platform that would extend a helping hand and empower these individuals to achieve independence.
The Humanitarian Parole program is an initiative established by the USCIS to grant temporary entry into the United States for individuals facing extraordinary circumstances for urgent humanitarian reasons. These individuals may not qualify for refugee status, but their situations merit immediate assistance and protection. The primary objective of The Colossus Project is to facilitate a smooth integration of Ukrainian recipients into American society. This includes providing educational opportunities, job training, financial assistance, and access to essential resources.
The Colossus Project recognizes the critical role of sponsorship in making a lasting impact on the lives of Ukrainian recipients on humanitarian parole. Sponsorship allows compassionate individuals, businesses, and organizations to play an active role in providing support, mentorship, and guidance to these individuals during their transition to life in the United States.