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For those that got accepted or even in the process, have you thought about applying for advanced parole. This means leaving the country for a certain amount of time.

I have heard that some people have problems coming back into the united states although I haven't heard if it was fully true or not.

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For those that got accepted or even in the process, have you thought about applying for advanced parole. This means leaving the country for a certain amount of time.

I have heard that some people have problems coming back into the united states although I haven't heard if it was fully true or not.

Thoughts?

People should proceed with caution regarding Advanced Parole.

According to USCIS, Advanced Parole can be granted in 3 circumstances.

I quote: '...Generally, USCIS will only grant advance parole if you are traveling for humanitarian purposes, educational purposes, or employment purposes. You may not apply for advance parole unless and until USCIS defers action in your case pursuant to the consideration of deferred action for childhood arrivals process. You cannot apply for advance parole at the same time as you submit your request for consideration of deferred action for childhood arrivals. All advance parole requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis...'

Personally, I will only apply for Advanced Parole if my job requires me to travel.

Here is the link for the Advanced Parole info:

http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis/menuitem.eb1d4c2a3e5b9ac89243c6a7543f6d1a/?vgnextoid=3a4dbc4b04499310VgnVCM100000082ca60aRCRD&vgnextchannel=3a4dbc4b04499310VgnVCM100000082ca60aRCRD#travel

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If you got the EAD, then you should already know the risks as it is clearly stated in the smallest card that you get in the same envelope.

Here is a scanned copy just in case. Read last paragraph.

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Even if you get approved for Advanced Parole, they can deny you the re-entry to the US because you have been unlawfully living in the United States for more than the allowed time.

What I don't know is if they are going to update this since it doesn't sound right to those applying and getting accepted under the DACA.

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ugh this is so confusing :/ ... but i say unless it's not an emergency we should not risk it.

and according to USCIS you should apply for advance parole only if it's an emergency.

Advanced parole is an extraordinary measure used sparingly to bring an otherwise inadmissible alien to the United States for a temporary period of time due to a compelling emergency.

source : http://www.uscis.gov.../i-131instr.pdf and

http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis/menuitem.5af9bb95919f35e66f614176543f6d1a/?vgnextoid=b11747a55773d010VgnVCM10000048f3d6a1RCRD&vgnextchannel=db029c7755cb9010VgnVCM10000045f3d6a1RCRD

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Well, this is interesting.

USCIS updated their website yesterday and it says this:

http://www.uscis.gov...0004718190aRCRD

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They state that DACA approved people can travel outside of the United States with Advance Parole. If you click on "Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals: Travel Documents", nothing shows up. It will be interesting to see what it says once they update it.

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good luck gettig back in. DHS & USCIS hasn't clarify advance parole & EWIs relating DACA. as of right now and according to the law. anyone that's a daca recipient will be deny entry.

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good luck gettig back in. DHS & USCIS hasn't clarify advance parole & EWIs relating DACA. as of right now and according to the law. anyone that's a daca recipient will be deny entry .

that`s why i gave up o my desire to move to Canada to work :(

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Someone claims to have traveled with DACA and AP to Mexico under Humanitarian reasons because of a sick relative. Here is her story.

I just wanted to write to share my experience through Advance parole. I applied for DACA on August 16, received my card by September and SSN/Drivers license within a two weeks of getting it. I applied for AP on October 25 and received my approval by November 24th. I traveled right away since they only gave me till December 22nd. Came back December 14th with no issues. I knew it was a huge risk but I was willing to take it. My grandmother is ill and her health is quickly deterioration. I am EWI and married to a US citizen.
We went in bus and came through laredo. I was so scared I thought I was going to be sick . There are agents waiting for you when you get off the bus and they ask to see your documentation. I showed them the AP form along with the approval letter from Deferred action and my passport but noone was interested in my passport just teh letter that needed to be stamped. They told me to be sure and get it stamped. Had to go to another line were they check your documents again and he actually called someone over to ask about the form, once the other guy got there he told him to just admit me and he escorted me over to a small office and hand the papers to another agent who told me to have a seat. It about 15 minutes before they callled me in. Once they took me in he took my finger prints and was asking me where I live and if I worked, it didn't feel like I was being interrogated more like a conversation. After a few minutes I saw my picture pop up on the screen with some info. He said OK you can go outside while I get this stamped. I went outside and he came out after about 10 minutes, handed me the AP paper along with a small form I-94 and he said this was my ID while in the US and that if I was questioned to show that as my ID

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Yes that's possible because of the arabelly case. So he will be able to aos in the USA. You see in the I-94 under the purpose section it says AOS. If you are married, this is a great limited window/loop hole that you'll be able to AOS without the need of a waiver or visa proccess & in the USA. As for other daca recipients this is not a possibility.

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DACA recipients that can benefit from Advance Parole & able to AOS until DHS & USCIS clarifies it:

- If you're 18 years old & below

- Married to an US Citizen

How & Why?

* Reason to travel abroad (Education,Work,Humanitarian)

* Have an I-130 approved before departing under AP.

* Able to AOS because of the arabelly case.

* Children under 18 do not accrue Unlawful presence.

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