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  • NSC Advance Parole and Reentry Permit

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    Source: The Oh Law Firm

    It appears that NSC makes the lives of 485 waiters and green card holders easier at least in one area. There is no official announcement but our record reflects that the NSC started issuing Advance Parole consecutive to the date of expiration of existing Advance Parole. As for Reentry Permit, the NSC issues the document with the adjudication date as the starting date of the Reentry Permit that will last for two years from the starting date. This practice is particularly important for the Reentry Permit applicants who had to wait for one year or longer to see the adjudication of application. We commend the NSC for its action towards the right direction. In the past, there had been a waste of old Advance Parole or old Reentry Permit documents because of the legacy INS issuing the documents with the valid date starting from the application date. The same was true with the EAD renewal. Such practice indeed helped the legacy INS to add its worksloads leading to the mounting backlogs of the immigration benefits adjudications. The inconvenience and waste of expense for the applicants under the old practice need no mention here. Since the USCIS is expected to release a new regulation soon that allows the USCIS to issue EAD which will remain valid until the underlying green card application will be adjudicated, all of these moves of Mr. Bill Yates will contribute tremendously to reduction of the USCIS workloads and reduction of backlogs. We just hope that his another innovative idea to remove Advance Parole and incorporate the travel permit in the EAD card be favorably accepted by the higher-ups in the Administration and the immigrant community. This will again reduce "tremendously" the USCIS workloads in the future.

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    More Good News...

    Source: The Oh Law Firm

    It appears that NSC makes the lives of 485 waiters and green card holders easier at least in one area. There is no official announcement but our record reflects that the NSC started issuing Advance Parole consecutive to the date of expiration of existing Advance Parole. As for Reentry Permit, the NSC issues the document with the adjudication date as the starting date of the Reentry Permit that will last for two years from the starting date. This practice is particularly important for the Reentry Permit applicants who had to wait for one year or longer to see the adjudication of application. We commend the NSC for its action towards the right direction. In the past, there had been a waste of old Advance Parole or old Reentry Permit documents because of the legacy INS issuing the documents with the valid date starting from the application date. The same was true with the EAD renewal. Such practice indeed helped the legacy INS to add its worksloads leading to the mounting backlogs of the immigration benefits adjudications. The inconvenience and waste of expense for the applicants under the old practice need no mention here. Since the USCIS is expected to release a new regulation soon that allows the USCIS to issue EAD which will remain valid until the underlying green card application will be adjudicated, all of these moves of Mr. Bill Yates will contribute tremendously to reduction of the USCIS workloads and reduction of backlogs. We just hope that his another innovative idea to remove Advance Parole and incorporate the travel permit in the EAD card be favorably accepted by the higher-ups in the Administration and the immigrant community. This will again reduce "tremendously" the USCIS workloads in the future.

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      Mo thanks for always bringing good and fresh news!!!

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