This means, if you are a parent or spouse of someone on active duty in the U.S. Armed Services, Selected Reserve of the Ready Reserve and/or Veteran of the Armed Services, you may be able to adjust into a lawful status, even if you have had unlawful status in the United States.
The process of "Parole in Place" begins with two forms: the I-130, Petition for Relative and the I-131, Application for Travel Document.
Form I-130Application for Alien Relative
Application for Travel Permission
Filing FeesI-130, $420
Required MaterialProof of relationship to the Service member
Passport or Government Issued ID
Military I.D. Card of the Service member
Notarized affidavit from the Service member
Evidence of other favorable factors: Ex. The service member's financial dependence on the beneficiary, health/emotional distress if the beneficiary were to leave, etc.
BenefitsShorter processing time
Cheaper, in comparison to other waiver processes
Beneficiary (spouse or parent) does not have to exit the United States
Relatively simple evidence requirements
Access to immigration officer in charge of the case
Contact an attorney right away to learn more about this exciting opportunity for the United States to give back to its brave servicemen and women.