"What’s unclear is whether the nine would be released on parole to their American communities with a notice to appear in court. There also is a chance they could be held in detention until their hearing." - Cindy Carcamo, L.A. Times, Aug. 1, 2013.
"Tucson-based attorney Margo Cowan, who is representing the detainees, said she was asking that they be allowed to remain in the United States on what's known as humanitarian parole, essentially to permit admission to the country because "their presence in America will serve an important public interest." " - AP, Aug. 1, 2013.