Staying in the United States Based Upon Medical Need of Child, B-2 or Humanitarian Parole

Currently I am in India, my H1-B got denied and left US. My wife is in US on the basis of change of status from H4 to B2 on humanitarian grounds due my daughter's chronic medical condition. Her B2 is still under process and if approves then good till 24th Feb'18. Since It is uncertain I will get another employer who can sponsor h1b immediately, Is there any provision for US born, parent can stay due to her undergoing intensive treatment? Can we apply for humanitarian parole?

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If you are outside USA and your B-2 Visa is denied you can try a humanitarian parole. For more information, you can visit the USCIS link -  https://my.uscis.gov/exploremyoptions/humanitarian_parole

 

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