Benefits for Military Families in 2023

There are many benefits for immigrant family members of certain military and veterans in the United States, including Military Parole in Place. Parole in Place (PIP) is a document for undocumented family members of U.S. military members to be able to stay in the country and avoid deportation from the U.S.

Military Parole in Place will grant three things for these U.S military family members: (1) the opportunity to apply for employment authorization through the I-765 form; (2) the possibility to apply for immigration benefits that require legal entry; (3) and their presence will not be illegal in the country, for the allotted time.

The U.S. citizen family member must be an active duty member or a veteran who served in the military and only their immediate family members, (such as spouses, parents, and unmarried children under the age of 21), are eligible to apply for Military Parole In Place. Once their permit is approved, the beneficiary can not be deported, although, they must renew the PIP each year. The beneficiary also have the opportunity to become permanent residents as long as they have an immediate family member who is a citizen of the United States.

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