This comes just over a week after the extreme Jewish group Lev Tahor (Pure Heart) asked for political asylum in Iran.
Lev Tahor, which has about 230 members, relocated to Guatemala from Canada in 2014 following allegations of mistreatment of its children including abuse and child marriages.
Charges against the men might include kidnapping, sexual abuse, running a cult, extortion, intimidation, child abuse and more.
The offered benefits are the result of cooperation between the Foreign Ministry and the Justice Ministry as well as the police.
The chief of the controversial sect reportedly died after drowning in a river in Mexico.