hello to all my folk's, I applied for VAWA in april 2022 with adjustments of status i-485,i-765,i-131 all together received RFE in september 2022 for Good moral character replied back then got my combo card approved in october 2022 card in hand, my question is can i travel on advance parole if i have affirmative assylum pending since 2017 no interview, should i withdraw my assylum then travel or i can travel if my withdrawal is in process . please help if anybody have experience about it .
I applied for green card by marriage.
I got an EAD card today without advance parole, I realized they do it separate now.
Do you have any idea a long it takes to get advance parole after EAD card?
Any experience with traveling to Schengen countries with EAD/AP?
I am planning to visit Spain for tourism, and I have my EAD/AP card. My H1-B visa stamping has expired, but I do have valid I-797A showing visa extensions as well.
I understand that the EAD/AP card is only for entering back into the United States and it is not for entering into a Schengen country. I will need to apply for a Schengen tourist visa for the participating Schengen country in their US consulate. What I am not sure about is whether they will approve a visa if I am on EAD/AP (and with I-797A extensions) instead of having an unexpired H1-B visa stamping.
Recently, I traveled to Mexico and I had to apply for a Mexican tourist visa. I did not have any problems in getting the tourist visa and re-entering back to the US with the EAD/AP combo card from Mexico. But I am not sure about the rules for Schengen countries.
What experiences do you have in traveling to Schengen countries with an EAD/AP combo card?
Hello everyone, I have a vawa case that is pending. When I submitted the forms I submitted all I-485, I-360, I-765, and I-131 together. My I-131( Advance parole) was approved and my I-485 shows that my fingerprints have been applied to case. My question is would it be safe to travel to my home country, Mexico, if only my advance parole was approved? Would this be enough to be granted re-entry? I've discussed this with my lawyer but she advised against it because there might be a risk that I can be denied re-entry back to the US, but I am reading that a lot of people are having positive experiences with traveling with advance parole. Can someone please share their thoughts and experience with this. Thanks.
Hey guys. I really need a second opinion. I’ve applied for green card and for advance parole few weeks ago. My mom needs to have surgery soon to remove the gall bladder. I know is not a big deal, but she’s going to be hospitalized for a few days and I’m her only child and she don’t have anyone to help her. My layer recommended to do a expedite request for advance parole. What do you’ll think? Im really nervous of the idea that my mom will be all alone at the hospital without anything or anyone around. Do you’ll think that it possible to get expedited for that situation? Thank you I’ll appreciate your opinion.
My Monther inlaw AOS is pending (Applied 8/21, FP completed 10/21).
My wife and Monther Inlaw wants to travel to India to perform the 1st death ceremony of my father inlaw. We would like to apply for emergency AP and planning to get infopass for it.
Did anyone applied for this reason and get approved or denied in the recent past? what are the supporting documnets that we need for this? please do share your experiance.
Hi good morning to all
pls help me and advise me in this scenario, I am from July 2020 Pd 360, just received renewal my combo card , my father was not well and having cancer and other health issue I would like to see him ,can I travel to my home now I am considering my case is almost in 20 months if I go any problem while coming back , how many days I can stay there , my first visit with AP was not a an issue I was stayed 2 months in mu home. “ last year . but right now my father health condition are not good . I don’t know pls give your advice and suggestions
thank you very much to all
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