U.S. Immigration Attorneys office, JCS Immigration and Visa, has a staff of Los Angeles immigration lawyers dedicated to providing the latest in immigration news to our clients. We have just been informed by Mary Mucha, director of the Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA) on the processing procedure for Military Parole in Place (PIP) in Congressional District 23, Los Angeles County.
The update we received states that over the past couple of weeks, the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s Immigration Legal Assistance Project has been filing PIP I-131 Travel packages in Room 1001 of 300 N. Los Angeles St. with Leslie Scott listed as the contact person. USCIS has been holding these I-131 packages in Room 1001 as they could not decide whether or not to issue a cashier receipt of “$0” for the filing. However, starting on Friday, January 10, 2014, USCIS will start issuing receipts. Once the packages are issued fee receipts, they are taken to USCIS officers assigned to process the PIP cases.