Just got notice for Biometric
Biometrics Appointment Was Scheduled
On June 18, 2021, we scheduled you for a biometrics appointment and sent you an appointment notice for Receipt Number IOE*****. Please follow the instructions in the notice.
Case Closed Benefit Received By Other Means
On June 21, 2021, we closed your Form I-131, Application for Travel Document, Receipt Number MSC********, because the applicant or petitioner received a status or benefit through other means.
I would like to know why my AP case was closed. Does anyone have an answer to this?
Hello! Can somebody tell me what do I need to use the advanced parole? Just the card or also approval notices? And how long can I be out of the country? I am still waiting for decision and my interview was completed two months ago.. thanks in advance.
Travel from Schengen area to the Unites States with advance parole combo card
I just wanted to share my experience after using my advance parole to enter US from the Schengen area. Beginning of April 2021, my husband and I traveled back to Greece to visit family. We are in the process of getting our Green cards for 2 years now and we both have advance parole EAD combo cards. My husband also has an H1B visa (faculty position in research) and he was able to secure a National Interest Exception from the embassy, allowing him to fly back to US directly from Greece. I was very worried about myself travelling back to US directly from the Schengen area due to the proclamation banning entry to pretty much everybody (exempt US citizens, green card holder and students) as the proclamation does not mention Advance Parole holders at all. Yesterday we took a flight from Athens to US via Paris (AirFrance and Delta airlines). The first checkpoint was at the Paris airport were our documents were checked by a US person from border control (CBD). I was surprised that they had someone there. After a careful check and a few questions we were both able to board the plane. They asked me if I also have National Interest Exception and I said no, I have my advance parole and apparently it was enough. I was sooo relieved! Then we arrived at JFK. At the border control we were taken to another room for extra questions. They asked again if I have a National Interest Exception and I said no, I have my advance parole. The officer insisted that since I am using my advance parole to enter US, my husband should be using his advance parole too (he is the Green card petitioner). He did not fight them on that and he also used hid advance parole to enter. After a couple more questions we were given our passports back and said we are good to go! From my experience I would say advance parole holders are able to travel back directly from Schengen area, without having to quarantine to another country for 14 days.
I am of African origin but would like to travel for vacation this summer. Was wondering if I would I need to apply for a visa to the Caribbean islands, Mexico or Canada with an advance parole. How does the advance parole documents work. Thank you
I’m hoping somebody will able to help me out. I applied for an Emergency Advance Parole on March 30, 2021 at the Atlanta Field Office. Lucky it got approved that same day, since it was an Emergency I left the next day. I came back to the U.S April 26th with no problems at all. I now have to renew DACA which I typically have an attorney do all the paperwork for me. Thankfully I now know how to do it on my own without having to spend over $500 on an attorney. My question is on For I-765 it ask for last entry to the U.S and obviously my previous entry was unlawfully but now it changed due to me being let back in the country in Advance Parole. Would I need to include that entry or should I just leave it as is. If anybody knows of this could you pleeeeease help me. I contacted my attorney just for that simple question but he didn’t wanna give me any info on it. In advance, THXXXXX!
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