Although the Parole in Place and the Visa allow entry to the United States, they should not be confused, since each has a specific use.
Next, we will tell you what are the differences between a Visa and the Parole in Place (PIP).
- PIP is a process, while the Visa is a document.
- PIP applies only to immediate relatives of active military and veterans, while the visa can be processed by all people who wish to enter American territory.
- Through the PIP you can obtain immigration benefits, while not all types of Visa grant permanent residence, permission to work and other benefits to relatives of residents and US citizens.
- PIP is granted to foreigners who entered the United States without authorization from an Immigration Officer, while the Visa frames the legal entry into American territory.
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