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I actually came across with the "new" advance parole form, and I say "new" because it still doesn't change anything! Yes DACA can ask for AP but it still not a guarantee you'll come back since most of us DACA have been here all our life's and accrued unlawful presence. It says DHS can revoke your AP if they want to which is totally frustrating! Why give us advance parole if its not a guarantee you'll get back with out a problem ? Although the guidelines are still being finalized for DACA travel document,but so far all I just see is change of words, And no guarantee DACA can get back hassle free. I hope they partner up with DHS and allow re-entry for all DACA. DHS should be the ones granting AP, after all they're the ones who make the decision in the end, it'll avoid all this frustration...

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Even for people with legal status that require an advanced parole, USCIS does not grant the re-entry if they leave the country.

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I don't get why they wouldn't let you come back in if they allow you to go on AP. That really is fustrating because that's something a lot of us would like to do is travel to see family and so forth. Maybe when the final arrangements are available, they will let us know if there is a forsure reentry.

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I don't get why they wouldn't let you come back in if they allow you to go on AP. That really is fustrating because that's something a lot of us would like to do is travel to see family and so forth. Maybe when the final arrangements are available, they will let us know if there is a forsure reentry.

I really hope so, I've been here since I was three. :(

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I actually came across with the "new" advance parole form, and I say "new" because it still doesn't change anything! Yes DACA can ask for AP but it still not a guarantee you'll come back since most of us DACA have been here all our life's and accrued unlawful presence. It says DHS can revoke your AP if they want to which is totally frustrating! Why give us advance parole if its not a guarantee you'll get back with out a problem ?

From what I read, this takes away the danger of being barred 3 or 10 years from re-entry if you have been Unlawfully Present.

Leaving the United States with an

Advance Parole Document is a “departure”

from the United States for all purposes under

the U.S. immigration laws except that it is

not a “departure” solely for purposes of

inadmissibility under INA section

212(a)(9)( B) (inadmissibility due to prior

unlawful presence)

About the part where DHS can revoke your Advance Parole, I find it interesting that it says this,

(e) Termination of parole -- (1) Automatic . Parole shall be automatically terminated without written notice (i) upon the departure from the United States of the alien

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From what I read, this takes away the danger of being barred 3 or 10 years from re-entry if you have been Unlawfully Present.

About the part where DHS can revoke your Advance Parole, I find it interesting that it says this, [/size][/font][/color]

But then it says this

(4) Issuance of an Advance Parole Document does not guarantee that DHS will parole you into the United States upon your return.

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But then it says this

(4) Issuance of an Advance Parole Document does not guarantee that DHS will parole you into the United States upon your return.

There's never a guarantee that you will be paroled into the U.S. because there are many factors that could make you inadmissible, but Unlawful Presence for us DACA approved will not be one of them anymore.

One reason for inadmissibility upon return might be if you left the U.S. without Advance Parole after being Unlawfully Present in the U.S. for more than 180 days, but if you have not left since you first arrived to the U.S., there should be no issues.

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There's never a guarantee that you will be paroled into the U.S. because there are many factors that could make you inadmissible, but Unlawful Presence for us DACA approved will not be one of them anymore.

The reason why I've been digging about this is because I have a family member who has breast cancer and I will like to visit here, I just feared not being able to come back. Besides unlawful presence I have no criminal record I'm married to a US citizen and I have a daughter who is a US citizen as well.

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The reason why I've been digging about this is because I have a family member who has breast cancer and I will like to visit here, I just feared not being able to come back. Besides unlawful presence I have no criminal record I'm married to a US citizen and I have a daughter who is a US citizen as well.

If you have no other reason for being inadmissible, like prior order of deportation, etc. You will be able to travel if this revision is made to the Advance Parole application.

Most of us DACA approved only have Unlawful Presence as our only inadmissibility, and this revision will make it so that when we leave with Advance Parole, it won't count as a departure from the United States, so we won't be subject to being barred for 3 or 10 years.

If someone has had an order of deportation or ordered removed prior to obtaining DACA, they will need to reopen their case and obtain closure of their removal proceedings before they travel, or else their departure will result in them being considered deported.

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If you have no other reason for being inadmissible, like prior order of deportation, etc. You will be able to travel if this revision is made to the Advance Parole application.

Most of us DACA approved only have Unlawful Presence as our only inadmissibility, and this revision will make it so that when we leave with Advance Parole, it won't count as a departure from the United States, so we won't be subject to being barred for 3 or 10 years.

No I've never been deported or anything like that. I'll just have to wait and see when the new form comes out. You've made things much clearer thanks

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