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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 Family Based Immigration

  • 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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  • Chipping Away at the Defense of Marriage Act & Immigration Rights for All

    Both the federal government and individual states have the right to pass laws, which are sometimes in conflict with each other, making the ...

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  • I-601a

    The I-601a, Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver, is used provisionally to waive the three and ten-year bar grounds of inadmissibility. It may be ...

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  • K-1 Visa vs. Consular Processing as a Married Couple

    The Pros & Cons For Fiancé Visas and Spousal Consular Processing If you are a United States citizen, your fiancé is living abroad, and you’d like to ...

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  • Public Charge

    When applying for an immigrant or non-immigrant visa, immigration will evaluate an applicant’s potential for becoming a ‘public charge.’ Under the ...

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  • How Does Someone Obtain a Green Card Through Marriage?

    There are two ways an individual can apply for a green card through marriage. They can either go down the path of Adjustment of Status or consular ...

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  • Affidavit of Support

    What is an Affidavit of Support? An Affidavit of Support is Form I-864 under Section 213A of the I.N.A. The Affidavit is a signed, legal contract ...

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  • Family Visa Options for Immigrants

    According to the National Immigration Forum, family-based immigration accounts for about 65% of people attempting to immigrate to the US . United ...

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