Category: Parole in Place (PIP)

Parole in Place: Immigration Option For An Illegal Spouse, Child, Or Parent Of A Military Member

“Parole in Place” or “PIP” is an uncommon immigration option that is not as formalized as most USCIS processes. There is no PIP Form at USCIS and currently the process is free, at no cost to the immigrant or military member. However, it is recommended that a military member seek the advise of a local […]

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Marriage-Based Immigration: The I-130 And I-485 Confusion

The I-130 and I-485 is a daunting process for husbands and wives going through a Marriage-Based Immigration Process. Apart from the forms being numerous pages long, the instructions for the two forms seem to confuse the entire process even further. For instance, the I-130 is considered the Petition for an Immediate Relative, and some would […]

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