For Biden’s Parole in Place, Do I Need a Lawyer?

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According to the Supreme Court, U.S. citizens do not have a right for their wives and husbands to be in this country. Immigration allows noncitizen spouses to make this country their safe haven — staying and getting a work permit — by granting applications. This article explains when a lawyer is needed for Biden’s parole in place.

As with writing beautifully, anyone who dedicates the time can send a case to the US Citizenship & Immigration Service (USCIS). Instructions for the parole in place application will be online, and USCIS has an 800 number for questions. Plus, one needs to correctly organize 10 years’ worth of documents and patiently read through regulations and exceptions. So, who should hire a lawyer? Those who don’t want to risk putting a family member in deportation. It’s why I didn’t prepare my parents’ wills or divorce documents for cousins: anything that is important should be done right.

Can I Get Parole in Place if I Was Arrested?

If you were ever arrested, even if your case was dismissed or expunged, you DEFINITELY need to hire an attorney to file your request for Biden’s parole in place. There are three reasons for this. First, parole in place is for undocumented persons, who are risking deportation for the chance of a work permit and a green card. Second, only an immigration attorney – who know the immigration rules and law – will know which documents help the case, and which documents will hurt the case. Last, parole in place is like Immigration doing the applicant a favor. Blandon Law attorneys prepare statements to put our clients in the best possible light. It’s like putting an alleged criminal in front of an invisible jury; you want to hire an attorney to advise you on how to win in front of that jury.

What Does that Question Mean on the Parole in Place Form?

Let’s suppose someone gathers the documents and fills out the Biden parole in place application, all except for a few questions. Can they hire an attorney to ask them those few questions? No. 

In the same way a seasoned navigator understands the treacherous waters of the open sea, immigration lawyers grasp the subtle complexities behind each question on a form. They know precisely what is being sought and the profound implications each answer can hold. An immigration expert will “answer one question” only after reviewing all the documents and discussing the client’s entire history in the United States.

If you or someone you know is married to a US citizen and has been in the United States since May 2014, please call 954.385.0157 or click “For Future Clients” today to schedule an asylum consultation.

We look forward to making your immigration goals a reality.

Disclaimer – These entries are based on real life events. Family member names, when used, are real. Client names are changed for privacy.

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