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    Hello.. can anyone give me any suggestions to my question?

    Well, my husband enter in US illegally(without inspection) back in Dec 2000 and was granted El Salvador TPS in 2001. However, we recently went to visit his country with advanced parole. When we come back to US he was inspected by immigration office and have i-94. Is there anyway he can adjust his status here without having to leave the US?

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    Hello.. can anyone give me any suggestions to my question?

    Well, my husband enter in US illegally(without inspection) back in Dec 2000 and was granted El Salvador TPS in 2001. However, we recently went to visit his country with advanced parole. When we come back to US he was inspected by immigration office and have i-94. Is there anyway he can adjust his status here without having to leave the US?

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      and forgot to mention I am a US citizen....

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        No.

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          federale86...no??? why is that? anything to support that answer?

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            <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by xluvaboxan9elx:
            federale86...no??? why is that? anything to support that answer? </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

            No. Simply because, that's federalE.

            In my opinion, TPS is granted to people from certain countries regardless of manner of entry into the US. Those who entered the country illegally can't adjust their status, but those who were inspected by border officials can. If as you said your husband was issued a Form I-94 on his last admission, barring any other grounds of inadmissibility, yes, he surely can adjust.

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            • #7
              xluva,

              Rough neighbor is right, and this Link supports his answer
              "A candle loses absolutely nothing by lighting another candle"

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