What you need to know before you go you go outside the U.S. With a travel permit.

Shirley Zambrano Blog Leave a Comment

People with pending applications with the U.S. Citizenship and immigration services often need a “travel permit” or “advance parole” document before leaving the U.S. This will prevent applicants from having their applications deemed “abandoned” for having departed the country without asking first for permission while waiting a final decision on their applications.    Practically speaking, getting an advance parole document …

I have DACA, can I travel outside the United States?

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Generally, Yes! At Kuck Immigration Partners we have been helping our DACA clients obtain a travel permit, also known as Advance Parole, for several years now. If you have DACA and have not taken the opportunity to travel abroad, we’ll briefly explain how it works. First of all, simply having DACA does not mean you can leave the U.S.; the …

TPS, Advance Parole and Adjustment of Status–The New Options.

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In a recent case, the Board of Immigration Appeals opened up an entire new area for individuals who have until now found themselves ineligible to obtain permanent residence without leaving the United States, or going through a complicated and unpredictable waiver process. In Matter of Arrabally and Yerrabelly, 25 I&N Dec. 771 (BIA 2012), the Board of Immigration ruled that …