|Live Event Date: 05/30/2023|
|Web Seminar||90 min.||Yes|
Military parole in place (PIP) provides parole on a case-by-case basis to specific undocumented family members of military servicemembers, allowing eligible relatives to apply for a green card and work legally. Our panel of experts will discuss the qualifications for PIP, completing the application, and the differences in filing and adjudication practices at USCIS field offices.
- Background and eligibility
- Completing the application
- Filing considerations
- Adjudication at USCIS field offices
- Common issues that may arise
AILA’s Military Assistance Program (MAP) is a pro bono program that matches active-duty service members and recent veterans with volunteer immigration attorneys. To learn more about MAP and to view the cases currently in need of pro bono assistance, visit the MAP website.
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Martin W. Lester (DL), Hixson, TN
Martin Lester is an immigration attorney based in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He is a past Chair of the AILA Military Committee and a past member of the AILA Ethics Committee. He received his JD from Yale Law School (1990).
Stella Shimamoto, Honolulu, HI
Stella Shimamoto is an attorney with Hirota & Associates LLLC in Honolulu, Hawaii. She received her JD from the Michigan State University College of Law in 2011. She focuses on a wide range of family and business immigration issues, including complex derivative citizenship cases. She is the current chair of the AILA Military committee and previously chaired the AILA Hawaii Chapter from 2018 to 2021.