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“Immigration Law and the Military”, an article regarding the steps that undocumented family members of active military personnel must follow in order to request for parole in place, has been published on Aantlaw.com/blog, the official blog of Law Offices of Alice Antonovsky, PLLC.
The blog post delves into the policy change that allows immediate relatives of U.S. Military and Veterans to stay in America, in order to apply for a Green Card without having to leave the country. The article highlights this change as a possible step forward in the potential immigration reform.
“Some of the recommendations mentioned in the article are meant for people who have already started requesting for an adjustment of status,” said a spokesperson for the firm. “However, if the person has yet to start this process, we urge them to contact an immigration lawyer immediately.”
The article also serves as a reminder that the “parole in place” is not exactly new, as it has been used before on a case-by-case basis. Nevertheless, it underlines that the biggest change in this policy is that it has now expanded to the children, parents and spouses of those in the armed forces.
Based in New York City, Law Offices of Alice Antonovsky is a promising law firm in that specializes in Immigration Law, Business Law, and Healthcare Law. Law Offices of Alice Antonovsky also maintains a blog that offers advice, tips, and relevant links on legal topics.
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About Law Offices of Alice Antonovsky, PLLC
Law Offices of Alice Antonovsky is a boutique firm that specializes in Immigration Law, Business Law, Health Care Law and Divorce in NY. Law Offices of Alice Antonovsky provides services all over the United States to individual, families, entrepreneurs and private businesses of many different backgrounds, as our staff speaks fluent English, Russian, Spanish and Hindi. Attorney Alice Antonovsky is licensed to practice law in the State of New York and New Jersey and is also a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.