Parole in Place (PIP)—The Real Deal or Just More Fiction-Downloadable
Parole in Place (PIP)- The Real Deal or Just More Fiction from Great Expectations [Web Seminar]
This 90 minute web seminar was originally presented live on March 20, 2012
Parole in place has been lauded as a mechanism for immediate family members of military personnel to normalize their status within the United States, notwithstanding the fact that they have entered the country in an irregular manner. How does PIP work, and how is USCIS implementing it? Check in with the experts to get the scoop on PIP.
- What Is Parole in Place (PIP)?
- Who Should Apply for Parole in Place (PIP) and Who Should Not?
- What Is the PIP Application Process?
- What Next If the PIP Request Is Granted?
- Discussion of the Parole in Place Program and How USCIS is Implementing It
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