The Community HeLP clinic successfully obtained humanitarian parole for three clients in February. One case involved a client deported shortly after she experienced medical abuse in a Georgia detention center and tried to complain about her treatment. Another involved a child stranded in Jamaica when her mother died just before a visa petition filed by the child’s grandmother became current. In the third case a longtime DACA recipient obtained advanced parole, allowing her to travel temporarily to Peru (and successfully return) after the sudden death of a family member.