To be eligible for Military PIP, the requestor must meet the following requirements:
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Military Parole in Place (Military PIP) is a discretionary benefit that allows certain family members of military service members and veterans to apply for parole without having to leave the United States. This benefit can be granted on a case-by-case basis for urgent humanitarian reasons or significant public benefit.
You may be eligible for M-PIP if you are the spouse, child, or parent of a current or former member of the U.S. Armed Forces (including the National Guard and Reserves) or the spouse or child of a veteran. You must also be present in the United States to request Military PIP.
If you are granted Military PIP, you will be allowed to remain in the United States and may apply for a work permit. You may also be eligible to adjust your status to lawful permanent resident (i.e. get a green card) if you meet all other eligibility requirements.
To apply for M-PIP, you must file Form I-131, Application for Travel Document, with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). You must include evidence of your relationship to the military member or veteran, as well as any other required supporting documentation. USCIS will review your case and make a decision based on the information you provide.
If you are in the United States without authorization from an immigration officer, you are considered an illegal immigrant who accrues unlawful presence and cannot work or remain in the United States. If your request for Military Parole in Place is approved, you:
Note that Military Parole in Place by itself does not lead to any immigration status or other immigration benefit.
You may be eligible for Military Parole in Place in one-year increments if you are the spouse, widow(er), parent, son, or daughter of:
If your Form I-131 is denied, you may be eligible for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) if you are the child of a military member or veteran. DACA is a discretionary benefit that allows certain undocumented individuals who came to the United States as children to remain in the country for a limited period. For more information on DACA, click here: https://www.uscis.gov/i-821d