Message from US asylum hopefuls: Financial sponsors needed


              Dr. Kyle Varner, who is a Venezuelan humanitarian parole program sponsor, poses for a portrait at his house, Friday, Jan. 6, 2023, in Spokane, Wash. (AP Photo/Young Kwak)
            
              Cesar Baez, Henry Nadales, center, and Jenderson Rondon, who are beneficiaries of the Venezuelan humanitarian parole program poses for a photograph in their room at the house of Dr. Kyle Varner, who is their program sponsor, Friday, Jan. 6, 2023, in Spokane, Wash. (AP Photo/Young Kwak)
            
              Dr. Kyle Varner, center, who sponsors and houses people through the Venezuelan humanitarian parole program, poses for a photograph at his house with program beneficiaries, from left, Cesar Baez, Jenderson Rondon, Henry Nadales and Maria Amare, Friday, Jan. 6, 2023, in Spokane, Wash. (AP Photo/Young Kwak)
            
              Henry Nadales, a Venezuelan humanitarian parole program beneficiary, shows bracelets a friend of his made of the Venezuelan flag and his hometown flag in his room at the house of Dr. Kyle Varner, who is his program sponsor, Friday, Jan. 6, 2023, in Spokane, Wash. (AP Photo/Young Kwak)
            
              Jenderson Rondon, a Venezuelan humanitarian parole program beneficiary, plays with Michi, a dog owned by Dr. Kyle Varner, who is his program sponsor, at Varner's house, Friday, Jan. 6, 2023, in Spokane, Wash. (AP Photo/Young Kwak)
            
              Maria Amare, a Venezuelan humanitarian parole program beneficiary, holds her "student of the year" award from Students for Liberty in her room at the house of Dr. Kyle Varner, who is her program sponsor, Friday, Jan. 6, 2023, in Spokane, Wash. (AP Photo/Young Kwak)
            
              Cesar Baez, left, holds a soccer club flag from his home state of Táchira in Venezuela, as Jenderson Rondon, center, and Henry Nadales look on, at the house of Dr. Kyle Varner, who is their program sponsor, Friday, Jan. 6, 2023, in Spokane, Wash. They are beneficiaries of a Venezuelan humanitarian parole program. (AP Photo/Young Kwak)
            
              Dr. Kyle Varner, second from the right, who sponsors and houses people through the Venezuelan humanitarian parole program, speaks at his house with program beneficiaries, from left, Maria Amare, Cesar Baez, Jenderson Rondon, and Henry Nadales, Friday, Jan. 6, 2023, in Spokane, Wash. President Joe Biden announced a massive expansion of humanitarian parole Thursday, Jan. 5, for Cubans, Haitians, Venezuelans and Nicaraguans that is reserved for those who apply online, pay airfare and have a financial sponsor for two years. (AP Photo/Young Kwak)
            
              Dr. Kyle Varner, who is a Venezuelan humanitarian parole program sponsor, poses for a portrait at his house, Friday, Jan. 6, 2023, in Spokane, Wash. (AP Photo/Young Kwak)
            
              Cesar Baez, Henry Nadales, center, and Jenderson Rondon, who are beneficiaries of the Venezuelan humanitarian parole program poses for a photograph in their room at the house of Dr. Kyle Varner, who is their program sponsor, Friday, Jan. 6, 2023, in Spokane, Wash. (AP Photo/Young Kwak)
            
              Dr. Kyle Varner, center, who sponsors and houses people through the Venezuelan humanitarian parole program, poses for a photograph at his house with program beneficiaries, from left, Cesar Baez, Jenderson Rondon, Henry Nadales and Maria Amare, Friday, Jan. 6, 2023, in Spokane, Wash. (AP Photo/Young Kwak)
            
              Henry Nadales, a Venezuelan humanitarian parole program beneficiary, shows bracelets a friend of his made of the Venezuelan flag and his hometown flag in his room at the house of Dr. Kyle Varner, who is his program sponsor, Friday, Jan. 6, 2023, in Spokane, Wash. (AP Photo/Young Kwak)
            
              Jenderson Rondon, a Venezuelan humanitarian parole program beneficiary, plays with Michi, a dog owned by Dr. Kyle Varner, who is his program sponsor, at Varner's house, Friday, Jan. 6, 2023, in Spokane, Wash. (AP Photo/Young Kwak)
            
              Maria Amare, a Venezuelan humanitarian parole program beneficiary, holds her "student of the year" award from Students for Liberty in her room at the house of Dr. Kyle Varner, who is her program sponsor, Friday, Jan. 6, 2023, in Spokane, Wash. (AP Photo/Young Kwak)
            
              Cesar Baez, left, holds a soccer club flag from his home state of Táchira in Venezuela, as Jenderson Rondon, center, and Henry Nadales look on, at the house of Dr. Kyle Varner, who is their program sponsor, Friday, Jan. 6, 2023, in Spokane, Wash. They are beneficiaries of a Venezuelan humanitarian parole program. (AP Photo/Young Kwak)
            
              Dr. Kyle Varner, second from the right, who sponsors and houses people through the Venezuelan humanitarian parole program, speaks at his house with program beneficiaries, from left, Maria Amare, Cesar Baez, Jenderson Rondon, and Henry Nadales, Friday, Jan. 6, 2023, in Spokane, Wash. President Joe Biden announced a massive expansion of humanitarian parole Thursday, Jan. 5, for Cubans, Haitians, Venezuelans and Nicaraguans that is reserved for those who apply online, pay airfare and have a financial sponsor for two years. (AP Photo/Young Kwak)
            
              Maria Antonieta Diaz poses for a photo, Thursday, Jan. 5, 2023, in Miramar, Fla. Diaz has sponsored several Venezuelans under a parole program started in October. The Biden administration announced an expansion of that program to Cubans, Nicaraguans and Haitians seeking to enter the U.S. (AP Photo/Marta Lavandier)
            
              Maria Antonieta Diaz looks at a website for Venezuelans seeking to enter the U.S., Thursday, Jan. 5, 2023, in Miramar, Fla. Diaz has sponsored several Venezuelans under a parole program started in October. The Biden administration announced an expansion of that program to Cubans, Nicaraguans and Haitians seeking to enter the U.S.. (AP Photo/Marta Lavandier)
            
              Maria Antonieta Diaz stands at her desk, Thursday, Jan. 5, 2023, in Miramar, Fla. Diaz has sponsored several Venezuelans under a parole program started in October. The Biden administration announced an expansion of that program to Cubans, Nicaraguans and Haitians seeking to enter the U.S. (AP Photo/Marta Lavandier)
Message from US asylum hopefuls: Financial sponsors needed