If you or a family member is a foreign national in the United States, and you are related to a member of the U.S. military service, you may be eligible for military parole in place. This would let you stay in the U.S. for a limited amount of time even if you came to the country without authorization.
New Frontier Immigration Law understands the process of applying for parole in place. We can help you by explaining the application process and then preparing your application. We can even appeal a delay or denial of your application. If you have a strategic session with us, we’ll tell you what you can expect from one of our Immigration lawyer in Glendale, AZ.
What Is the Military Parole in Place Program?
Generally, the military parole in place program is a program that helps U.S. foreign nationals who are the spouse, widower, parent, or child of a U.S. military servicemember. This program allows you to stay in the U.S. for a limited time even if you came to the country without authorization from an official immigration officer. Parole in place is a lawful immigration status and could help you with other immigration benefits, such as getting a Green Card. Parole in place status can last in one-year increments.
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Benefits of the Parole in Place Program in Glendale
There are lots of benefits that come with the parole in place status. Some of these benefits may be invaluable to you and your family. The benefits include:
- Ability to stay in the U.S.
- Protection from deportation
- Exemption from other penalties
- Eligibility for a work permit
- Eligibility for a Green Card
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How Our Glendale, AZ Parole in Place Military Attorney Can Help You
Right now, you may be concerned that you won’t qualify for parole in place, or you might be considering getting help with your application. Our firm can do a lot to help you, especially since our legal team includes military family members who understand your situation right now.
One of our parole in place attorneys in Glendale, AZ can do all of the following for you and more:
- Help you meet the qualifications: If you don’t meet all of the qualifications, your attorney may be able to help you meet them. For example, your attorney can help you establish that there are legitimate reasons or benefits to your being granted parole in place, according to 8 C.F.R. § 212.5.
- Help your family meet the qualifications: Your family can also apply for parole in place status. Your attorney can help them meet the qualifications.
- Prepare your application: Your attorney will also help you collect all of the information for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), including Form I-131, Application for Travel Document. In addition to that, your attorney can collect your family member’s service records, including DD Form 214, Report of Separation.
- File the application: Your attorney will ensure your application is filed through the proper channel.
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Who Qualifies for Military Parole in Place in Glendale, AZ?
To qualify for the parole in place program and the immigration status, you must meet the requirements. These requirements mandate that you are a foreign national (an individual who is present in the U.S. without admission and is an applicant for admission) as well as the spouse, widow, widower, parent, son, or daughter of one of the following service members:
- An active-duty member of the U.S. armed forces
- A member of the Selected Reserve of the Ready Reserve
- An honorably discharged veteran of the U.S. armed forces or the Selected Reserve of the Ready Reserve
Proving that You Qualify for Military Parole in Place
In order to receive parole in place status, you’ll have to prove that you qualify for it. To do this, you’ll have to submit a lot of information to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), including some information you may have some trouble getting or filling out. For example, you’d have to fill out and submit Form I-131, Application for Travel Document, and submit your service records, including DD Form 214, Report of Separation.
Other information you may have to submit includes:
- Evidence of your relationship to the servicemember, such as a marriage certificate or your child’s birth certificate
- Passport-style photographs
- Evidence that the servicemember supports your stay in the U.S.
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What Happens If Your Glendale, AZ Parole in Place Is Delayed or Denied?
If your application’s processing is delayed for any reason, your attorney will appeal the delay and try to accelerate the processing. For instance, your attorney could submit additional corroborating proof to accelerate the processing, if necessary.
Your attorney will also determine the reason for an application denial (such as a history of violating immigration policies) and then appeal the denial. Your attorney may even be able to escalate the matter to a higher authority.
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How Else Our Glendale Parole in Place Military Lawyers Can Help You
Once you become our client, our firm can help you in many different ways. As an immigration lawyer, your attorney will be able to protect you and your family from deportation and other penalties once you get parole in place. Even if you can’t get parole in place, your attorney may still be able to protect you in other ways.
Your attorney will also help you explore your eligibility for a work permit, a Green Card, and even U.S. citizenship, so you and your family can stay in the U.S. for as long as you’d like to. You can expect your attorney to do everything necessary in order to help you and your family.
To learn all about what you can expect, you can read our clients’ testimonials and speak with us during a strategic session.
Contact Us to Work With One of Our Parole in Place Military Attorneys in Glendale, AZ
If you or a family member is a foreign national in the U.S. and a member of the U.S. military, contact our firm. In a strategic session, we’ll tell you more about military parole in place for you and your family.
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