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Ukraine Crisis and Humanitarian Assistance

"Transparency and community involvement are the keys to successful international development work."

Ukrainian War Refugee

Tiberius International applies lessons learned from international diplomacy and humanitarian assistance endeavors to further develop effective strategies for charitable or philanthropic endeavors abroad.  Our staff has experience in projects relating to hunger, literacy, education, water, sanitation, hygiene, women’s empowerment, mental health, agriculture, security, democracy and governance.  

We gather information from stakeholders to gain first-hand knowledge of the needs, interest and concerns surrounding any project. In the process of an exploratory assessment, Tiberius collects valuable information using real world evaluations regarding practical considerations for facilitation or implementation.

Our goals are ensuring communities are properly involved, projects remain on reasonable timelines, and financial contributions or resources are appropriately distributed. Tiberius begins with a preliminary feasibility study and ends with a successful project completion portfolio.

Ukraine War

Tiberius is currently working in Ukraine and throughout Europe assisting Ukrainians to depart conflict zones and immigrate to the United States. We understand the underlying tenants of human rights and will only collaborate on operations that support and apply these principals. We are proud to be involved in this project working closely with immigration attorneys, DHS, USCRI and USCIS at each step so that Ukrainian refugees are welcomed to the United States in a safe and legal manner.   

On April 21, 2022, the United States announced a key step toward fulfilling President Biden’s commitment to welcome Ukrainians fleeing Russia’s invasion. Ukrainian refugees are legally admitted to the United States through the program called Uniting For Ukraine.  This is a sponsorship program set up through the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and U.S. Immigration and Citizen Services (USCIS). This program allows Ukrainians to be sponsored by any person already inside the United States.  The program is called a ‘parole program’ whereby Ukrainians outside the country are sponsored by an American that is willing to financially support them and fills out form I-134 which is government form stating financial support to sponsored Ukrainians for two years. Arriving Ukrainian immigrants then must apply for work authorization through the Social Security Administration (SSA) and be granted a social security number.    Find out more here:

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