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Que es "PAROLE IN PLACE" para Familiares Indocumentados de Militares

Que es "PAROLE IN PLACE" para Familiares Indocumentados de Militares

PAROLE IN PLACE FOR MILITARY FAMILIES

Es un beneficio Migratorio que inicio el  15 Noviembre de 2013, siendo el objetivo principal que los Hijos menores que no sean casados, madre, padre o cónyuges y que no sean ciudadanos de Estados Unidos y que sean parte de la familia del algun ciudadano Estadounidense que sea miembro del ejército de Estados Unidos (actual o pasado) y que el inmigrante se encuentre en los Estados Unidos después de una entrada ilegal tiene, a partir de 2013, Tiene un camino para una tarjeta verde en Los Estados Unidos que no se puede otorgar a los demás.

Esta oportunidad se le permite a los que ya califiquen para una tarjeta verde (green card) basada en esta estrecha relación con la familia que ajuste de estatus.

Es decir que el inmigrante puede solicitar la residencia permanente legal o una tarjeta verde, sin salir de los Estados Unidos, a pesar de que su entrada y estancia haya sido ilegal. Pero tenga claro que esto no le va ayudar a las personas que ya esten en proceso de deportación o que ya tenga una orden final de deportación.

Si usted o un familiar se encuentran en una situación similar, comuníquese a nuestras oficinas para brindarle en mejor representación legal que usted necesita.

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