Release on Parole by ICE

At Cano Immigration, we have extensive experience helping our clients navigate the complex process of applying for release on parole from ICE detention.

If you or a loved one is currently in ICE custody and you are seeking release on parole, we can help. We will work with you to complete and submit the necessary paperwork and advocate on your behalf throughout the process.

release on parole from ICE detention can be a complicated and lengthy process, but with our help, you can increase your chances of success. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you.

What Is An Application For Release On Parole By ICE?

An application for release on parole by ICE is a request for release from detention that is submitted to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency.

If you are in ICE custody and you wish to be released on parole, you or your attorney will need to submit an application for release on parole. This application must be submitted on your behalf; you cannot submit it yourself.

The aim of the application is to demonstrate that you are not a flight risk and that you pose no danger to the community if released from detention.

Who Is Eligible For Release On Parole By ICE?

Not everyone in ICE custody is eligible for release on parole. In order to be eligible, you must meet certain criteria, which include:

  • You must have been in ICE custody for at least six months
  • You must have a pending application for asylum or another form of relief from removal
  • You must not have any prior criminal convictions
  • You must not pose a threat to national security

If you do not meet all of the above criteria, you may still be eligible for release on parole if you can demonstrate extraordinary or compelling circumstances.

What Is The Process For Applying For Release On Parole By ICE?

If you meet the eligibility requirements for release on parole by ICE, the next step is to begin the application process. This process includes the following steps:

  1. You or your attorney will need to submit an application for release on parole.
  2. Once the application is received, ICE will review it to determine whether you are eligible for release on parole.

If you are found to be eligible, ICE will schedule an interview with you. After the interview, ICE will make a decision on your application. If your application is approved, you will be released from ICE custody.

If your application for release on parole by ICE is denied, you can appeal the decision.

Get Help From Cano Immigration

Cano Immigration knows the importance of staying with family during difficult times. Applications for Release on Parole allow eligible individuals to remain with their families while their case is still being processed. ICE will take into account many different factors when deciding whether to approve or deny an application for Release on Parole. Some of these include:

  • the length of time an individual has been detained,
  • whether or not they have a pending application for asylum or another form of relief from removal,
  • and whether they have any prior criminal convictions.

If you or someone you love is eligible for release on parole, Cano Immigration can help! We will work with you to complete and submit the necessary paperwork and advocate on your behalf throughout the process. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you.