Understanding the New “Parole in Place 2024” Program

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Parole in Place 2024

“Parole in Place 2024” is a new program introduced by the Biden administration on June 18th, 2024. The program benefits undocumented immigrants living in the USA who are married to American citizens. Here are the key points discussed in an interview with immigration attorney Yolanda Mendoza:

Who Can Benefit?

The program is for spouses of U.S. citizens and their children under 21. It offers:

Temporary protections

A work permit

The opportunity to apply for a green card without leaving the United States

Eligibility Requirements

To qualify for “Parole in Place 2024,” applicants must meet the following criteria:

Presence in the U.S.: Applicants must be in the U.S. without admission or parole.

Continuous Residence: They must have continuously lived in the U.S. for at least 10 years as of June 17, 2024.

Marital Status: They must have a legally valid and genuine marriage to a U.S. citizen as of June 17, 2024.

Clean Record: Applicants must not have any disqualifying crimes or be considered a threat to national security.

How to Get Started

Although applications are not open yet, the Biden administration is expected to announce a formalized process soon. Here’s what you can do in the meantime:

Stay Informed: Look out for announcements from the Biden administration regarding the application process.

Seek Legal Advice: Contact an immigration attorney to understand your eligibility and prepare for when the program opens.

Contact Information

For more information or to see if you qualify for the program, you can contact Attorney Yolanda Mendoza’s office at (305) 419-3334 or message them through their social media outlets. They can also provide a link to the Department of Homeland Security fact sheet for further details.

Stay tuned for more updates and take the first steps towards securing your future in the U.S. with the “Parole in Place 2024” program.