Parole In Place Lawyer Van Nuys
Military parole in place
Obtaining a parole in place (PIP) with the help of a parole in place lawyer in Van Nuys allows certain aliens who entered the US without inspection to obtain an unlawful presence waiver and adjust their status to lawful without leaving the country. Relief under PIP is optional. However, it is strongly advised in order to lessen the burden placed on military personnel and veterans who have close family who entered the country illegally. As a result, requests for parole in place are frequently approved when the alien’s only reason for exclusion is unlawful presence or admission.
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Our parole in place attorneys in Van Nuys are here to provide you with a smooth and hassle-free parole in place immigration. PIP is a strategy that we use to keep military families together. We offer a personal and caring approach towards your legal issue. With your first free consultation, feel confident to walk in our Van Nuys office, or schedule an appointment with your prospective attorney for parole in place . Our lawyers are strong supporters of veterans and military service members.
What is Parole in Place?
- It allows the government to waive an alien’s inadmissibility due to entering the US without inspection
It lets the alien apply for lawful permanent residence (Green Card) without leaving the United States for consular processing
Importantly, PIP alleviates the normal 3-year or 10-year bar against re-entry placed on an alien who leaves the US after being unlawfully present for more than 180 days.
What is the Eligibility Criteria for a Parole in Place?
- Is present in the United States without inspection, and
- Is the spouse, child, or parent of:
- An Active-Duty member of the US Armed Forces
- Someone in the Selected Reserve of the Ready Reserve
- Someone who previously served in the US Armed Forces or the Selected Reserve of the Ready Reserve
An alien is not eligible for parole in place if he or she entered the US on a visa. We can help you determine your eligibility.
What is the Process of Application for a PIP?
- Completed Form I-131, Application for Travel Document (without fee). You must handwrite “Military PIP” in Part 2 instead of checking a box
- Marriage certificate
- Documentation of termination of previous marriage, if any
- Son or daughter’s birth certificate
- Current or former service member’s birth certificate with parent’s name
- Proof of enrollment in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS)
- Two identical, color passport-style photographs
- For parents of current and former service members of the US armed forces, evidence the current or former service member supports the application for parole in place
- Evidence of any additional favorable discretionary factors that you would like us to consider
- Evidence that your family member is a current or former member of the US armed forces, such as a photocopy of the front and back of the service member’s military identification card or DD Form 214
What is the Process of Application for a PIP?
- Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status
- Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative
- Form I-130A, Supplemental Information for Spouse Beneficiary (if beneficiary is a spouse)
- Form I-864, Affidavit of Support
- Form I-693, Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record
- Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization (optional)
- Form I-131, Application for Travel Document (optional)
Can I Get PIP if I'm Already Going Through Deportation Procedures?
Are There Any Risks Involved?
Let Our Van Nuys Parole in Place Attorney Help You Navigate The Legal System
Families of military service members who are undocumented immigrants who reside in the United States gain a lot from the MIL-PIP program. However, you’ll require a knowledgeable immigration attorney to represent you in court and work to get your case resolved favorably if you want to file for MIL PIP or a green card. Parole in place for military families is a route to permanent residence who have military service members as family. They are offered the chance to submit an application for a family-based green card without having to leave the country.
We at the Law Offices of Hussain & Gutierrez put a lot of effort into guiding businesses and families through the complex immigration system. You can feel at ease knowing that you’ll get individualized attention and that your case will be our priority.
Have a question? Ask our military parole in place lawyer
No. You must wait until you obtain your authorized travel document before leaving the country, therefore you should prepare to stay in the nation for three to five months after filing your green card application.
Your entry into the United States under Advance Parole may be denied by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for a number of reasons. Your entry is not assured by the Advance Parole application, also known as Form I-131, Application for Travel Document.
Yes. A foreigner may enter the country several times while holding an advance parole document that is valid for up to a year.
Yes. You might be eligible for a green card if you entered the country legally through Advance Parole, a valid visa, or another legal means. Humanitarian, employment-based, and family-based green cards are the most prevalent categories.
Most parole requests are decided upon by the USCIS Humanitarian Affairs Branch within 90 days after receipt. It will take us longer to complete your case if you do not supply the necessary evidence at the time of filing or if we need to ask you for more information.