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    Please help me in making the right decision.
    My daughter is minor and she came here on K2 visa. This summer we need to back home to see my parents. Even it has been almost 2 years since she applied for adjustment of status her case still pending. Now we have to apply for travel document that can be Advance Parol or Re-Entry Permit.
    If you know please advise me which of these two is right for her?

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    Please help me in making the right decision.
    My daughter is minor and she came here on K2 visa. This summer we need to back home to see my parents. Even it has been almost 2 years since she applied for adjustment of status her case still pending. Now we have to apply for travel document that can be Advance Parol or Re-Entry Permit.
    If you know please advise me which of these two is right for her?

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    • #3
      If she has applied for adjustment of status she should apply for advance parole. She has a valid passport correct?

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      • #4
        I am sorry. I do not know exactly what type of documents we applied for, but I have received my green card almost 3 weeks ago.
        And yes, her passport is valid.
        In her passport she has only stamp that is saying that her case is pending.

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        • #5
          Please advise me. It seems many people asking you questions.
          Originally posted by BronzeLady:
          If she has applied for adjustment of status she should apply for advance parole. She has a valid passport correct?

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          • #6
            Okay, you should apply for an advance parole (I-512 is the form) on her behalf.

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            • #7
              Thank you for your help. But I could not find any I-512 form. Are you telling me about I-131?

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              • #8
                Please advise

                Originally posted by BronzeLady:
                Okay, you should apply for an advance parole (I-512 is the form) on her behalf.

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                • #9
                  Submit an I-131 to the office adjudicating AOS. In Part 2 check box "d. I am applying for an advance parole document to allow me to return to the United States after temporary foreign travel." Form I-512 is the advance parole document issued by USCIS.

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                  • #10
                    Sorry, Old Man is right. The I-512 is the actual parole letter the form is the I-131.

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