Definitions for "Parole"
The release of a prisoner from confinement prior to the end of the original sentence, conditioned on good behavior and often with other specific conditions, such as not to associate with known criminals. Such early release is common where the sentence provides a minimum and maximum term; as, he was released on parole after three years of his five-year sentence; he is out on parole.
To set at liberty on parole; as, to parole prisoners.
The release of an inmate prior to the expiration of sentence with a period of supervision to be successfully completed by compliance with the numbered conditions and terms of the release agreement as ordered by the Commission.
A provision of law allowing the U.S. Attorney General the discretion of permitting a person to enter the U.S. for humanitarian or public interest reasons. Parole status may be revoked at any time. Persons granted humanitarian, or public interest parole do not qualify for Refugee cash or medical assistance unless they are a refugee (as determined by INS) who has been granted parolee status under section 212(d)(5) of the Immigration and Naturalization Act (INA). To be eligible for Refugee Assistance, parolees must first be a refugee. Parolee status alone does not qualify persons for RCA / RMA. See: Refugee Program; Citizenship / Alien Status
Permission which allows a foreign national to physically enter the US yet still be considered to not have legally entered the country.
Permission given to allow a person (parolee) to be admitted to the US when not ordinarily authorized as when lacking a visa or entry documents. When permission to re-enter is given before leaving the US, it is called Advance Parole.
Keywords:  honor, faith, captors, plighted, forgot
A word; an oral utterance.
Word of promise; word of honor; plighted faith;
promise, upon one's faith and honor, to fulfill stated conditions, as not to bear arms against one's captors, to return to custody, or the like.
Language as manifested in the individual speech acts of individual speakers, contrasted with LANGUE (Saussure).
Keywords:  telematics, project
EU project, Telematics LE-4017
A watchword given only to officers of guards; -- distinguished from countersign, which is given to all guards.
Keywords:  grace, vested, matter, right
a matter of grace, not a vested right
Keywords:  fiction, come, legal, allow, person
a legal fiction used by the INS to allow a person to come into the U
In U.S. immigration law, the term parole has three different meanings.
Oral evidence offered to vary the terms of a written contract. Normally, parole is not permitted to modify an insurance contract.
Keywords:  declaration, oral, see
Oral declaration. See 1st Parol, 2.
Keywords:  authorizing, document
A document authorizing a parole{5}.
Keywords:  see
See 2d Parol.