How likely am I to obtain parole in place?

Asked almost 2 years ago - Vacaville, CA

My husband is a U.S citizen and is currently an active duty Air man. We've been married for almost a year and have no children. I entered the U.S when I was 14 without inspection thus cannot apply for adjustment of status unless I exit the U.S and risk the 10 year bar mark. I've been living in the U.S for 8 years now. There is already a petition through my father's brother (I-130) and a consideration of deferred action for childhood arrivals is in process.

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  1. Carl Michael Shusterman

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    Answered . Since your husband is on active duty, you should be able to obtain parole in place.

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  2. David N Shomloo

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    Answered . There are several important issues at hand that an experienced immigration attorney can only address. You will want to contact one immediately before you apply for any relief. You have a lot riding on the line given your situation. Good luck!

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