Parole in Place Lawyers in Sacramento
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Parole in Place Lawyers in Sacramento

Serving Clients Nationwide

Navigate Your Parole in Place Application with Confidence

Our experienced legal team will: 

  • Help you understand the application process and timing
  • Guide you in gathering and preparing the required documents
  • Ensure all forms, affidavits, and supporting evidence are thoroughly completed, organized, and submitted on time. 
  • Monitor your case proactively (Rhianon For the future please note this is an additional service)
  • Prepare you for the interview with the immigration officials
  • Help you navigate through the complex immigration system
  • Communicate with government agencies

Contact us today at (916) 613-3553 or email us at

Call Us at (916) 613-3553

What is Parole in Place?

In recognition of their contribution and sacrifices to our country, military service members are eligible for special immigration benefits, including Parole in Place (PIP).

Normally, if your spouse or parent entered the United States unlawfully, you would have to go through a lengthy waiver process of about 4-5 years to overcome unlawful presence; during this time, your family member would be required to return to their home country until the waiver was approved. PIP overcomes unlawful entry in and allows military families to stay together in the U.S. while family members pursue legal status. 

At the Ranchod Law Group, we appreciate the dedication of our service members and recognize the importance of keeping families unified throughout the adjustment of status. We’re committed to helping you navigate the Parole in Process with ease and tailor our advice and strategies to your unique circumstances. Contact us today at 916-613-3553 to schedule a consultation.

PIP Eligibility Requirements

Parole in Place (PIP) eligibility is determined on a case-by-case basis, considering urgent humanitarian reasons or significant public benefit as outlined in section 212(d)(5)(A) of the INA. Spouses, widow(er)s, parents, and children of military service members may be eligible for PIP in one-year increments, provided the service member falls into one of the following categories:

  • Active-Duty Member of the U.S. Armed Forces
  • Selected Reserve of the Ready Reserve, or
  • Individuals (living or deceased) who previously served on active duty or in the Selected Reserve of the Ready Reserve and were not dishonorably discharged

It’s important to note that Parole in Place is exclusive to military family members who entered the U.S. illegally. If the family member was allowed to enter the U.S., but overstayed their visit, they do not qualify for PIP. In those cases, you may be able to apply for deferred action or another immigration benefit. Contact the knowledgeable team at the Ranchod Law Group to find the best option for your immigration goals.

Understanding the Parole in Place Process

To apply for parole in place, you’ll need to submit the following documents to the USCIS office overseeing your residence or jurisdiction (if you’re on assignment):

  • Completed Form I-131 Application for Travel Document
  • Proof of family relationship, such as a marriage certificate or birth certificate
  • Evidence that verifies your family member’s current or past status in the U.S. armed forces, such as a copy of their military ID or DD Form 214
  • If you’re the parent of a current or former service member, evidence that the service member supports the PIP application
  • Two color passport-style photos
  • Any additional evidence that supports your case such as positive factors that support your case

At the Ranchod Law Group, we understand the intricacies of Parole in Place and are dedicated to assisting military families in securing this vital immigration benefit. Our experienced team is ready to guide you through the application to ensure its thorough and timely submission. Don’t navigate this process alone—contact Ranchod Law today for expert assistance and take the first step toward a secure immigration status for you and your family.

Start Your Parole in Place Application Today

If you’re considering Parole in Place, contact the experienced team at the Ranchod Law Group. With over 20 years of experience in immigration. The intricacies of the Parole in Place program demand a comprehensive understanding, and our adept team is well-prepared to guide you through the process with confidence. We stay current with the latest changes in laws and regulations to ensure that you receive accurate, up-to-date advice tailored to your specific situation.

Our team will guide you through the eligibility criteria and application process, and help you gather the required documentation to build a strong case. We’re committed to simplifying the Parole in Place process and go above and beyond to secure the best possible outcomes for you. By working with us, you can navigate the process with confidence, knowing that you have a dedicated advocate on your side. Don’t delay; take the initial steps towards a secure future—contact us today to schedule a consultation.

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About the Ranchod Law Group

At the Ranchod Law Group, we are committed to delivering exceptional legal services tailored to individuals seeking Parole in Place (PIP) status. We recognize the significance of Parole in Place in your immigration case, particularly the impact it has on the well-being and quality of life of your qualifying relatives. Our dedicated team works closely with you to emphasize the importance of PIP in your unique circumstances.

We take a personalized approach to each case we work on. Our team takes the time to understand your individual situation, address any concerns you may have, and craft effective strategies to improve your chances of success. Our unwavering dedication to excellence and thorough understanding of the PIP process allows us to provide top-quality representation to our clients. We’re here to advocate for your rights, navigate you through the complexities of the immigration system, and ensure you receive the best possible legal support.

Contact us today to discuss your Parole in Place case and let our dedicated team provide you with compassionate legal representation. We are committed to supporting you throughout the process and helping you achieve your immigration goals.

Our Core Values

When you choose the Ranchod Law Group, you can expect personalized attention and a tailored approach to your PIP case. We work closely with you to make sure you understand the requirements and help you navigate the intricacies of immigration law. Our experienced team will guide you through every step of the process to ensure that you’re well-informed and empowered to make the best decisions for your future. Our mission is to support and advocate for you, protect your rights, and help you build a brighter future for yourself and your loved ones.