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Military Parole in Place and Deferred Action

On November 20, 2013, the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced an expanded program to provide immigration benefits ("parole in place" and "deferred action") to the relatives of people who try to enlist in the US military, as well as current military members and veterans.

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To read the DHS Memorandum, go to the link below. You can also read my book, "Immigration Law and the Military," which discusses immigration benefits for military family members.

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