Parole in place was created for undocumented spouses, parents and unmarried children of U.S. citizens, who are members of the U.S. military (current or past), to allow them to apply for legal status in the United States. PIP is available to noncitizens with a clean criminal history and otherwise admissible into U.S..
To qualify you must be a spouse, parent, or a child of:
Applicants should file the following:
The application should be sent to the USCIS office having jurisdiction over the applicant’s address. There is no filing fee. The applicant will then receive an appointment for the taking of biometrics.
After being granted parole, applicants can apply for employment authorization, and those who qualify can apply for adjustment of status.
The parole and employment authorization are valid for one year the parole is valid for one year with reparole as appropriate.
To learn more about your options contact our San Francisco law firm to speak with one of our immigration attorneys.