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Parole in Place

A Guide to Temporary Relief for Certain Family Members of U.S. Military Personnel and Veterans

Parole in Place (PIP) is a special program that offers temporary relief from deportation for certain family members of U.S. military personnel and veterans who are undocumented. Understanding and successfully obtaining Parole in Place status is crucial for these individuals to remain lawfully present in the United States. Here's a comprehensive guide to the PIP process and how KPB Immigration Law Firm can provide invaluable support.

Step 1: Eligibility Assessment:

PIP is available to certain family members of U.S. military personnel and veterans who are undocumented. To qualify for PIP, individuals must have a qualifying relationship with a military member or veteran and be physically present in the United States.

Step 2: PIP Application:

Applying for PIP involves submitting a request for parole to USCIS along with evidence of the qualifying relationship and other supporting documentation. We can assist you in preparing and submitting the PIP application and ensuring that all necessary documentation is included.

Step 3: USCIS Review and Decision:

After submitting the PIP application, USCIS will review the application and make a decision based on the eligibility criteria and supporting documentation. If approved, the individual will receive parole in place, allowing them to remain in the United States temporarily without the risk of deportation. KPB Immigration Law Firm can advocate for your case and address any concerns raised by USCIS during the review process.

How KPB Immigration Law Firm can help

Navigating the Parole in Place process requires specialized knowledge of immigration law and an understanding of the unique circumstances faced by family members of U.S. military personnel and veterans. With the support and guidance of KPB Immigration Law Firm, you can navigate the PIP process with confidence, knowing that you have a dedicated legal team fighting for your protection and relief in the United States.