Since Investor Parole isn’t a traditional visa, it comes with some limitations on the activities of the parole holder in the U.S. Therefore; you must understand the limitations of your Parole status, which suggests:
- You are only limited to working for the startup under which you applied. You aren’t entitled to any consultancies, side hustles, or working under a different job under this status.
- Investor Parole is not a path to permanent residency! You must qualify under different visa qualifications to be a resident of the country.
The entrepreneur’s spouse and minor unmarried children must apply separately for parole by filing Form I-131, Application for Travel Document, which may be granted for the same period that was granted to the entrepreneur. Spouses may apply for work authorization as described below.
Since its inception, the Law Offices of Prashanthi Reddy, PLLC, an NYC-based immigration law practice, has helped multiple investors successfully apply for their parole status. As a result, our attorneys know and understand the exemplary practices to successfully apply for Investor Parole cases, allowing us to foresee problems and provide appropriate advice at the right moment.
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