Copied from USCIS:
If you are an Afghan parolee who received the Afghan Parole Information sheet from U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) upon arrival to the United States, your parole is subject to certain medical conditions.
You are required to:
- Get vaccinated for measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR), polio, and one dose of the COVID vaccine, absent proof of prior vaccination; and
- Take a tuberculosis test and take appropriate isolation and treatment measures if the tuberculosis test is positive.
You should inform USCIS that you have completed these steps at uscis.gov/vaccination-status. You will need your Alien Registration Number and/ or I-94 number.
Important note: These requirements only apply to Afghan parolees processed by CBP and paroled into the United States for two years for urgent humanitarian reasons between August 25th and September 7th. If these conditions of parole do not apply to you, please do not submit your information to USCIS.
If you did not go to a government-run location where these medical services are provided, you will be responsible for arranging the vaccinations and testing on your own and reporting completion of these steps at uscis.gov/vaccination-status.
There are other conditions of parole including changing your address with USCIS at uscis.gov/addresschange. You must notify USCIS of every change of address as soon as possible and no later than 30 days from each change of address.
If you do not comply with the conditions placed on your parole, you may be subject to denial of work authorization and potentially termination of the parole and initiation of detention and removal.
For more information visit, uscis.gov.