Please I’m here to find out about question that were asked using advance parole when coming back in and taken into secondary and if anything about how you got into the country with your b1/b2 visa was asked or why you overstayed etc , I have no criminal history whatsoever...thanks
Hi everyone! I want apply for advanced parole along with my mom and siblings. My biological dad/ My mom's husband is a US citizen, should I have anything to worry about? I am pending approval for my PR. It is an emergency visit.
I have an advance parole document in hand and the uscis officer told me I have to leave within 10 days starting 11/12/2020 and I should return to the US by 01/10/2020. I have previously applied for a regular travel document and it was approved today 12/15/2020 . question should I wait for the card to arrive and leave and come back whenever I want or even with that I'll still have to come back within the days stated on the advance parole paper? or can I leave now with the advance parole and have the card mailed to me there? thanks
Hey everyone, I want to apply for advanced parole but I'm not sure what reason to use? What's the "easiest" I don't really have family ill. my work doesn't do travel, and I'm out of school. Any help is appreciated!!
Left USA while waiting for i-485 adjustment of Status Help Please
My husband left the US while awaiting his i-485 adjustment of status due to his grandmother being ill.
He didn't get his advanced parole but it was submitted along with advance parole and his employee authorization application.
He is in Morocco now and we didn't know he couldn't leave to go home for an emergency. We weren't thinking. I know the adjustment of status is now going to be considered "abandoned," how do I get my husband back home from Morrocco?
Should we call the US Embassy in Morocco?
His biometrics appointment is upcoming and they won't receive the reschedule letter by Thursday. How did your loved one return? Did you apply for another i-485 or did you have to reapply for a CRS1 Spousal visa which takes over a year to return? Please advise. Thanks!
One USCIS agent mentioned him getting a tourist visa and returning to refile the i-485 again. In Morocco they are pretty behind on the CRS-1 visa process. Someone please help us.
Hi everyone. I was a silent member for long time. I have been reading everyone’s travel experiences and now I want to share you mine. After reading all those positive comments I decided to travel with Advance Parole. My return was so smooth, no question was asked. If you do not have any criminal history you should not be worry about it. It will be always risk unless you become a citizen. At a same day my friend with greencard travel and landed 2 hours before me. They stoped her and check her phone for 2 hours. If you are waiting for your green card to travel, I will recommend you to travel now when you have a chance because risk is the same- no risk unless you are criminal.
Go out and see your family and country. I will be back again next month. Im already excited for my next trip.
Hi I share my experience. I have an Advance Parole approved for all family. This summer we went to Bermuda (because of the travel ban in Europe) and then we are reentered in the US without any issue.
Now we had to go back in Italy for my son surgery because in US I couldn't afford it. Now the question is due to the travel ban nobody can give me an answer if I can go back from Italy and travel with an AP or I have to go in a country like Turkey or Africa and quarantine there for two weeks (which is crazy).
Can someone share his experience?
Hi guys, I want to share with you our recent travel experience during this pandemic. My wife and I recently traveled to Brazil, I'm a green card holder and my wife has the combo card. We reentered the country on 11/30/20 through Miami port of entry. During check in at the airport in Sao Paulo, Brazil, before issuing the boarding passes the ticketing agent took to a photo of my wife's passport and advance parole and sent them to CBP requesting permission to allow her to board the plane. They agent said that the reason for doing so is because the border is closed to most Brazilians due to presidential proclamation. My wife is a Brazilian citizen. After approximately 15 mins, CBP responded requesting additional documents, they asked for a copy of my green card and our marriage certificate. I had a picture of the marriage certificate on my phone and after providing these documents, within a minute or so we heard back from the CBP that she was okay to travel.
After passing through immigration here in the US, another officer came and escorted my wife to a different room. The officer said it was ok if I wanted to come too. We waited about 20 minutes in that room, the officer was checking something on the computer and I heard him complaining to other officer that his computer was too slow. Anyway, he then called my wife and asked her to confirm her address, stamped PAROLED on her passport and said that we were good to go.
Except for the waiting during check in and in the immigration room, everything else went smooth.
Tips: You cannot check in online with advance parole, arrive at the airport early.
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