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Military Parole in Place (PIP) in Dallas

Apply for Parole in Place with Nathan Christensen P.C.undefined

As of 2013, parole in place (or PIP) is a program allowing undocumented family members of U.S. citizen military personnel to adjust their immigration status despite entering the country unlawfully. Non-citizen family members can apply for a green card without needing to first leave the United States.

Normally, entering the U.S. unlawfully would make you ineligible to obtain an immigrant visa. Such individuals often have to leave the country and go through consular processing. Leaving the country after entering unlawfully is a huge risk, as it may subject you to a three- or ten-year bar.

However, if you are an immediate relative of a U.S. citizen that has served in the military, parole in place can enable you to apply for a green card without leaving the country.

To be eligible for parole in place, you must be an immediate relative of a U.S. citizen. This includes:

  • Spouses
  • Parents
  • Unmarried children under the age of 21

Your U.S. citizen family member must either:

  • Be on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces
  • Be a current member of the Army Reserve
  • Have previously served in either the armed forces or reserves.

You must also be admissible to adjust status. There are many factors to consider in this and you will need to speak to a military immigration attorney to make sure you qualify.

Understand your options for legal presence in the United States. Call Nathan Christensen P.C. at (972) 497-1017 or contact us online.

undefinedThe Process to Grant Parole in Place

When parole in place is granted, the government essentially considers you to have entered lawfully. This means that you can remain in the U.S. legally until your parole expires and, more importantly, that you can begin your application for a green card.

If you are currently in removal proceedings or have any criminal history, you may still be able to obtain parole in place. This process is complicated enough that you should seek the help of an attorney. Nathan Christensen P.C. has successfully helped many families obtain green cards through parole in place and is ready to help you.

Concerning the Trump Administration

There is some concern that parole in place may be done away with because of Trump’s executive orders. As of now, however, the government is still approving PIPs. Contact our immigration lawyers in Carrollton, TX as soon as possible so you can take advantage of this program before things change

Don't navigate the legal issues of military PIP alone. Give us a call today at (972) 497-1017 and get started by setting up a consultation!

“I’ve been working on various immigration requirements for the better part of 10 years now & I can say with absolute certainty that Nathan is the best lawyer I’ve encountered within that time (and I’ve met a few). Right from the beginning he made sure I understood my rights and the road ahead, providing a step-by-step guide to make my applications go as smoothly as possible. He was always available to meet and discuss my case, while also staying in contact via email/phone if I couldn’t make it in. Thanks to Nate I now have my Permanent Residency established and I look forward to returning to him in the near future to begin applying for Citizenship.”

- Eric N.
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