Barbara Ann Williams
Barbara Ann Williams, Immigration Attorney - San Francisco, CA
Posted over 2 years ago.

Changes in the law may be able to help you if you are considering this process. Best advice, seek out a competent immigration lawyer now to find out your options.

Andrea Melisa Duron
Andrea Melisa Duron, Immigration Attorney - Chicago, IL
Posted 11 months ago.

Currently changes in the law may allow you to adjust, ie, Approved DACA application and a possible parole application, will change your entry status upon return from travel abroad. You should renew your search for a qualified attorney to help you with this matter! You could be pleasantly surprised.

Barbara Ann Williams
Barbara Ann Williams, Immigration Attorney - San Francisco, CA
Posted 11 months ago.

Changes in the law and procedure since the original posting may benefit some applicants who initially entered the US without a visa or proper immigration documentation who are now married to a US citizen. For instance, those qualified for DACA or TPS who briefly depart the US pursuant to Advance Parole and re-enter may now qualify for a green card without waiting outside the US and applying for an immigrant visa at a consulate abroad. These are now routinely being granted to applicants who otherwise meet all other requirements for adjustment of status to a lawful permanent resident.