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Parole in Place: The Secret Sauce for Administrative Immigration Reform

"The extension of PIP to the families of current or former military service men and women is a proper recognition of their contribution to the nation and an attempt to benefit those who have given so much to the rest of us. While such logic is compelling, why not expand its application to other...

Parole-in-Place: The Immigration PIPsqueak That Could Help Solve the Biggest Obstacle to Comprehensive Reform

"PIPsqueaking for the undocumented is a low-decibel measure that would position the undocumented to qualify for green cards through adjustment of status in the future under any of the otherwise available family- or employment-based immigrant visa categories. All that's [needed] would be to grant...

PIP ('Parole-in-Place') Practice Pointer

Practice Pointer: Understanding the November 15, 2013 Policy Memorandum on Parole of Certain Military Family Members - AILA Military Assistance Program Task Force, Dec. 10, 2013 . The Nov. 15, 2013 USCIS Memo is here . A short video with expert Margaret D. Stock , AILA Quicktake #61: Immigration...

Immigration Reform by Administrative Action: Two Aces Up the President's Sleeve

"Not counting family members and expanding parole in place can be a potent combination for nearing comprehensive immigration reform administratively in the face of Congressional inaction. The waits in the EB and FB preferences will disappear, and family members waiting abroad can unite with their...