Parole in Place (PIP) provides authorization for certain family members of current and former
    United States armed forces and National Guard to remain in the United States while applying
    for permanent residence.
  • DACA
    Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) allows individuals who meet the program’s requirements to receive deferred action and legally work in the United States.
  • TPS
    Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is a temporary immigration status provided to nationals of
    certain countries to which it would not be safe to be deported due to armed conflict, natural
    disasters, and extraordinary conditions.
  • AP
    Advance Parole (AP) allows you to return to the United States without applying for a visa.
    Humanitarian parole allows someone outside the United States to enter for humanitarian purposes.
    Deferred action is a discretionary decision to postpone a person’s removal from the United States for a certain period of time.
    A. USCIS may grant deferred action to someone with major medical illness, and a family member, seeking to remain in the United States  for a certain period of time. (Medical deferred action)
    B. USCIS may grant deferred action to certain family members who are not eligible for military parole in place.
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