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  • Pending I-485 Traveled on advance parole I-131

    Last year I traveled outside the U.S on Advance Parole I-131 while my I-485 application still pending with USCIS. In my way back the U.S immigration officer at the airport issued me a new I-94 and he stamped my passport and I-94 with a stamp says:

    PAROLED until: - December 21, 2006
    PURPOSE: - AOS

    My question is my I-485 still pending, what will happen after the expiration
    Date of my paroled period which is Dec 21, 2006?
    Can I renew my paroled period?
    Or should I report to USCIS local office before the expiration date?
    Or what I should do?

  • #2
    Last year I traveled outside the U.S on Advance Parole I-131 while my I-485 application still pending with USCIS. In my way back the U.S immigration officer at the airport issued me a new I-94 and he stamped my passport and I-94 with a stamp says:

    PAROLED until: - December 21, 2006
    PURPOSE: - AOS

    My question is my I-485 still pending, what will happen after the expiration
    Date of my paroled period which is Dec 21, 2006?
    Can I renew my paroled period?
    Or should I report to USCIS local office before the expiration date?
    Or what I should do?

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    • #3
      As long as your I-485 is pending, you are in valid status.

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      • #4
        hi depeeka,

        Did u travel to india.Whne u come back do u have any problems means uscis got ur interview or ask u questions???

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        • #5
          I went to Canada, when I came back the immigration officer asked me why I have two cases pending the I-485 and I -687.
          The purpose of my trip and what kind of job I do and if I finish college.

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          • #6
            Please contact your local USCIS where your case is pending and ask them about your stamped passport and I-94,make this before the stamps expires.You are okay as long as your case is pending.

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