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i havent applied for AP and honestly am waiting for CIR in order to travel out of the US.

however, i would advise you that if you are planning on applying for AP, that you have a real legit reason to do so. Educational purposes, Family Emergancy (or death) Humanitarian reasons). those are really the only reason why USCIS would grant AP. AP doesnt work just if you want to travel out of the US for pleasure.

gather as much evidence you can for the reason you are wanting AP.

letter from the school stating you've been accepted to study abroad with exact dates and as much information as possible.

letter from a doctor treating your loved one stating the grave nature of his/her condition or a letter stating the death of said person.

the thing is, is if, you apply for AP and get denied then it's kind of a waste of money so it's best to have all your evidence and all that in order before you apply so the chances of you getting denied are slim.

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As of right now, the AP rules haven't changed. The instructions still state that you can be denied entry because of Unlawful Presence. USCIS is trying to make a revision to the rules to implement the ruling by the BIA on the Matter of Arabally and Yerabelly so that those with Unlawful Presence don't trigger the 3/10 year ban upon their departure from the United States, if Unlawful Presence is their only inadmissibility.

I would wait until that revision is made before traveling using AP, but there have been a few people who claim to have traveled using AP already.

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yes i realy want to apply for it but i am going to wait for the revision. my dad was deported 13 years ago so i have not seen him in that long and my mother left to be with him 6 years ago so yess i realy realy want to see them both as soon as i can. do you think that if i were granted permision and i go and come would it affect the reform that they are trying to pass ???

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I don't know, since those details are still unknown. I wouldn't think it would affect you since you would have permission from DHS to be out of the country.

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