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Immigration Options for Non-Citizen Family Members of U.S. Military Members
Immigration Options for Non-Citizen Family Members of U.S. Military Members

Parole in Place Parole in Place is a form of parole granted to certain family members of the U.S. military. Parole is important because to apply for adjustment of status, one must have been ‘admitted or paroled’ into the country. Parole in Place (PIP) gives individuals who ...

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Blog posts in January, 2020

  • Immigration Options for Members of the U.S. Military & Their Family Members

    Can I Join the Military if I am a Foreign National? The quick answer is, it depends. If you are undocumented or hold a non-immigrant visa (NIV), you ...

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  • Immigration Options for Family Members of Deceased Service Members

    Naturalization Benefits for Family Members of Deceased USC Service Members According to INA §319(d), if your U.S. citizen spouse, child or parent died ...

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  • Immigration Benefits for Non-Citizens in the U.S. Military

    The primary immigration benefit to non-citizens in the military is a fast-track to United States citizenship . An applicant for naturalization will ...

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  • The Trump Policy on Limiting Refugees

    There are two ways in which a person can seek refuge in the United States-as a refugee or as an asylee . In recent years the Trump administration has ...

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  • The Visa Waiver Program: An Overview

    Typically, people who would like to visit the United States for business or as tourists need a B1/B2 visa. Citizens of certain countries are exempt ...

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  • Crime Involving Moral Turpitude & Why do They Matter?

    What is a Crime Involving Moral Turpitude? There is no concrete definition of a ‘crime involving moral turpitude’ (CIMT). Instead, most of what we ...

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  • The Basics of Unlawful Presence

    Unlawful presence accrues any time during which a person is present in the United States without being admitted or paroled and is at the heart of many ...

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  • Health Grounds of Inadmissibility

    The ‘health-related’ grounds of inadmissibly are found at INA §212(a)(1) and are the first set of grounds of inadmissibility listed in the Immigration ...

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  • Expedited Removal

    Typically, when the government wants to remove a foreign national, the person is placed in removal proceedings and has the right to see an immigration ...

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