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What Is Parole?
Episode 1769th May 2024 • The Immigration Mastermind • Carlos Batara
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A person can enter the U.S., and even be living in the U.S., without having  been legally admitted.

If a person has made a lawful entry, this means they have been inspected and authorized to come into the country.  This is deemed a lawful entry. 

Parole, on the other hand,  allows immigrants to enter or live in the U.S., as if they have been admitted, for a temporary period, even though they have not made been admitted. 

There are three different types of parole.

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