Green Card for Military Families
What Is Parole in Place?
Family members of active military, the Reserves, National Guard, and veterans who are in the United States as undocumented immigrants can apply for a green card through a process called Parole in Place.
Previously, undocumented family members would have to leave the country to apply for a green card. Parole in Place results in the family member being paroled – making him or her eligible for adjustment of status.
Interested in applying as a family member of a servicemember? Let us help you through the process. At Immigration Simplified, we offer comprehensive immigration services overseen by experienced attorneys, at a low cost.
Call (312) 883-9944 to find out how we can help.
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