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Isselmou36     07/17/2019 23:19 PM
 


Hello everybody.
I’m seeking asylum in the usa and i traveled the last year to see my sick mom in a different country than my original one . I didn’t have any problem coming back . So my question is : is it safe to travel again with the advance parole to see her again because she still sick ?
Please help me with an answer.
Thanks

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blujewel     07/15/2019 00:41 AM
 



Happy Monday everyone. I wanted to share my recent travel experience with you. I traveled home for 2.5 weeks with advance parole and didn't have any issues at all. just returned yesterday! POE was Atlanta and airline was Delta. I wish everyone a blessed week!

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dolcevita     07/07/2019 21:13 PM
 


I have applied end of March for AP, together with I485. I have completed biometrics 2 months ago. It's been around 3 months and 2 weeks and still no change on the case status app. I'm from LA and Nebraska center is taking care of it. Anyone here who is in the same boat? Wondering if I can plan my trip for August or it will take longer.

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blancgary911     06/12/2019 22:35 PM
 


PD: December 8th 2018
Receipt: January 10th 2019
Advance Parole Document: January 15th 2019

I applied for the Advance Parole early part of December 8th 2018 and got the approval update online January 10th and received the physical approval January 15th. I was extremely scared because of my deportation order on my name. I decided to take a flight out of Fort Lauderdale ( I stay in Tampa FL) I left for Haiti April 6th 2019 and came back to the U.S April 8th 2019. Its VERY EASY to leave but more Harder to get back in. When I left I took with me my passport, Travel Document, and my Employment card or Employment receipt document and my Temporary Protected Status (TPS) receipt.
It is better to have ALL 4 of these documents with u when u travel because there are some people that are not used to seeing a travel document or know whats its for. I ran into a MINOR Issue at check in at the airport in Haiti because of me not having my employment card but I had a picture of it on my phone so once I showed them that ALL was good after that. When I came back into U.S I had to go to Border Patrol. Once border patrol realized I had Advance Parole they took my finger prints and my photo and then he took me to the Secondary Inspection room. That room was SO DEPRESSING because of the other people that are there. Border Patrol sat me down in a chair with 20 other people possibly in my same situation. I was there for about 35 to 40 minutes before they called me up and stamped my passport and my travel document. Before leaving that secondary inspection make sure they returned all the documents u had given them and also MAKE SURE it is your passport they gave back to u and that it has been STAMPED.
From that point on I went to get my luggage and left the airport without any issues. It was a easy process if u have all your documents and not allow yourself to be scared. Thank you for helping me by responding and posting on this site. I wanna DEFINITELY THANK @streeful and @Ajuice for their 2017 post regarding their travel experience with Deportation. I wanna ESPECIALLY AND DEFINITELY Thank @Amirbam for their 2018 post about her experience with deportation and also RESPONDING BACK to my 2018 post.
I really wanna thank the creators of this site for people like us to share their/our experiences to the public and I want to THANK ALL WHO POST on this site their experiences and their story as well. There are a lot of people in fear of leaving the country with Advance Parole but it is u guys who are posting that allow us to read your experiences that makes it easier for people like me/us to take that chance to travel outside the country. MAJOR THANKS TO ALL and I WISH ALL THE BEST.
P.S Am currently filing for Adjustment of Status and filed my I-485(through marriage) I already did my fingerprint. Am currently waiting for my interview. Hopefully its soon. BEST OF LUCK TO ALL.

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vivockaa     06/12/2019 18:50 PM
 


Hi guys,

Is it safe to travel with Advance parole if I'm overstayed? I came to the country using ESTA 4 years ago and it expired after three months. I am adjusting status through marriage and waiting for my interview. I really like to visit my family and friends in my country. I have no criminal record. I am just worried that they would deny my reentry because of my unlawful presence in the United States.

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danielncruz     06/11/2019 22:42 PM
 


Hi, I want to share my experience with you.

My I-765 and I-131 were both approved in Jun 4, and I received the I-797 (green form).

My EAD card arrived in June 10, but without the I-512 message.

What should I do? Had this happened with someone else before? Is USCIS sending an AP document to me? Should I replace my card?

Thanks!

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Millerc     06/11/2019 00:06 AM
 


Has anyone traveled with advance parole while seeking asylum? Thanks!

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wemajorgray     06/10/2019 05:11 AM
 


Hello - so my wife and I were married about 3 months after her last tourist visa expired. We then began the application for her resident status, after a few months we received her documents, including her advance parole. Subsequently we had an interview scheduled, however there was jurisdictional concern and so we had to postpone it. A week later we left on a trip to Europe.

In that time, I took a job here in the EU. We received our notice of jurisdictional approval in the mail while abroad and are now planning our return to the US to attend our rescheduled interview.

Our concern is this, even with my wife's advance parole, will she have issues or trouble re-entering the US for our interview because she previously overstayed her visa status prior to our marriage?

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Cali74     06/08/2019 18:43 PM
 


I came to the US on F1 Visa and later changed to a J1 visa. I got married April 2018 to a US citizen, my J1 expired June 2018. I'm not subject to the two years stay rule, but after one month my visa expired I was supposed to to leave the U.S. I never left and applied for adjustment in status in September 2018. I received my combo card in April 2019, but my I485 is still pending interview.

I wish to travel to my homeland "Bahamas" to visit family and friends, but I'm afraid US boarder agent my deny me re-entry because I over stayed my J1 visa two months before applying for changed in status?

Anyone had a similar case?

Please advise accordingly.

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blancgary911     06/06/2019 13:59 PM
 


  PD: December 8th
  Receipt: January 10th
 Advance Parole Document: January 15th

I applied for the Advance Parole early part of December 8th 2018 and got the approval update online January 10th and received the physical approval January 15th. I was extremely scared because of my deportation order on my name. I decided to take a flight out of Fort Lauderdale ( I stay in Tampa FL) I left for Haiti April 6th 2019 and came back to the U.S April 8th 2019. Its VERY EASY to leave but more Harder to get back in. When I left I took with me my passport, Travel Document, and my Employment card or Employment receipt document.
It is better to have ALL 3 or 4 of these documents with u when u travel because there are some people that are not used to seeing a travel document or know whats its for. I ran into a MINOR Issue at check in at the airport in Haiti because of me not having my employment card but I had a picture of it on my phone so once I showed them that ALL was good after that. When I came back into U.S I had to go to Border Patrol. Once border patrol realized I had Advance Parole they took my finger prints and my photo and then he took me to the Secondary Inspection room. That room was SO DEPRESSING because of the other people that are there. Border Patrol sat me down in a chair with 20 other people possibly in my same situation. I was there for about 35 to 40 minutes before they called me up and stamped my passport and my travel document. Before leaving that secondary inspection make sure they returned all the documents u had given them and also MAKE SURE it is your passport they gave back to u and that it has been STAMPED.
From that point on I went to get my luggage and left the airport without any issues. It was a easy process if u have all your documents and not allow yourself to be scared. Thank you for helping me by responding and posting on this site. I wanna DEFINITELY THANK @streeful and @Ajuice for their 2017 post regarding their travel experience with Deportation. I wanna ESPECIALLY AND DEFINITELY Thank @Amirbam for their 2018 post about her experience with deportation and also RESPONDING BACK to my 2018 post.
I really wanna thank the creators of this site for people like us to share their/our experiences to the public and I want to THANK ALL WHO POST on this site their experiences and their story as well. There are a lot of people in fear of leaving the country with Advance Parole but it is u guys who are posting that allow us to read your experiences that makes it easier for people like me/us to take that chance to travel outside the country. MAJOR THANKS TO ALL and I WISH ALL THE BEST.
P.S Am currently filing for Adjustment of Status and filed my I-485(through marriage) I already did my fingerprint. Am currently waiting for my interview. Hopefully its soon. BEST OF LUCK TO ALL.

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