Military Parole in Place

Are you or someone on your family serving in the U.S. military and want to help a family member fix their status?  If so, we can help you use your military status to help your close one who’s in the United States without proper documentation! 

The process is called “Parole in Place,” and here’s a specific instance of someone we were able to help with it:

Michael served for four years in the U.S. Army. He was honorably discharged after his commitment was up. He then met and married his wife Sara. Sara had been brought to the U.S. about 25 years ago when she was just a little girl. She has been here ever since. Sara and Michael had been married for several years, and hearing about the Trump Administration’s ICE raids, they decided to come to New Frontier Immigration Law to see if they could get help with Sara’s immigration status. 

They made the right choice. New Frontier Immigration Law’s founder and lead attorney, Hillary Walsh, is intimately familiar with the military parole in place process. After all, Hillary is a 15-year military spouse! Hillary and the New Frontier team were able to help Michael and Sara navigate through the military parole in place process, and in just a few short months Sara obtained her I-94. Shortly after that, the firm helped them get Sara’s green card—without having to leave the US! 

As you can see, the benefit of the military parole in place is that she didn’t need to go back to her home country (Mexico) to go through the scary process of waiting in Juarez to apply for her green card. For families who have very small children and the person needing a green card is the primary caregiver, leaving the country for an indefinite amount of time is simply not an option. But neither is living in fear! This is why we love the military parole in place process!

So If you’re:

  • An Active Duty member of the U.S. Armed Forces
  • A current member of the Selected Reserve of the Ready Reserve, or
  • Someone who has previously served in the U.S. Armed Forces or the Selected Reserve of the Ready Reserve and was honorably discharged

And you have a family member unlawfully in the United States, New Frontier Immigration Law can help you.

  Our law firm loves this country and we know that you do too. We’re glad you and your family are here and we want to help you stay together.

If you want to know if you’re eligible, download our FREE checklist available on our home page and find an amazing gift.

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