Category: Parole in Place (PIP)


How do I Respond to a USCIS Request for Evidence (RFE)?

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) may, during their processing of a filing, determine that they need more information, some clarification, or documentation. This process of providing more information to USCIS is called a Request for Additional Evidence or a Request for Initial Evidence, both of which are commonly referred to as an RFE. […]

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Can a K-1 Visa Holder Use Parole in Place to Adjust Status After Marrying Another U.S. Citizen?

To begin, a K-1 Visa is a process for Fiancees to enter the U.S. to marry a Petitioning U.S. Citizen. Failure to marry the Petitioning U.S. Citizen does not allow a K-1 Visa Holder to process the Green Card Application in the United States with USCIS; instead, the filing must be processed at a consulate, […]

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Youtube: Military Parole in Place: USCIS or ICE? Where to File?

  If you have any concerns, you should speak with a local Immigration Attorney, or you may call Fickey Martinez Law Firm, P.L.L.C. at (910) 526-0066 or email at attorney@fickeymartinezlaw.com.   Disclaimer: This Blog is made available by the lawyer or law firm publisher for educational purposes only as well as to give you general […]

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Youtube: Where to file a Parole in Place (PIP) Application?

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call Fickey Martinez Law Firm at (910) 526-0066 or email us at attorney@fickeymartinezlaw.com.   Disclaimer: This Blog is made available by the lawyer or law firm publisher for educational purposes only as well as to give you general information and a general understanding of the law, […]

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Permanent Bar for Two or More Illegal Entries – INA 212(a)(9)(C)(i)

[Read Post in Spanish] The problem with multiple EWI or Entry Without Inspection is the automatic permanent bar to (1) U.S. citizenship, (2) Any U.S. Visa, and (3) Receiving Lawful Permanent Residence or a Green Card. There is no immediate waiver. This post will pose common questions and helpful examples. How is the Permanent Bar […]

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

[Leer Post en Espanol] “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 […]

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

[Leer Post en Espanol]     [Ler Post em Português] 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 […]

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