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waq1 01-27-2016 01:47 PM

Advance parole and stamp
 
Guys i recently visited my home country and got back on AP. At the JFK Officer stamped on my advance parole saying valid until Jan 2017. Originally AP to valid until March, 2016. He also stamp on my passport saying valid until Jan 2017. what does that stamp means both on my passport and on AP?

Thanks

Malign0n 01-27-2016 02:17 PM

Re: Advance parole and stamp
 
When someone comes back through advance parole, they are paroled into the U.S for a year. Just like visa holders are stamped, it means on your I-94 that you are authorized to stay legally in the U.S until that date. However, we have DACA so the date is irrelevant, once your I-94 "expires" it doesn't mean you're illegally here. You're legal as long as your DACA is valid.

Some people who came here in the U.S without inspection use that I-94 to prove that they entered the U.S legally and if they are married they can get a green card

manga1 03-20-2016 06:14 PM

Re: Advance parole and stamp
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Malign0n (Post 564297)
When someone comes back through advance parole, they are paroled into the U.S for a year. Just like visa holders are stamped, it means on your I-94 that you are authorized to stay legally in the U.S until that date. However, we have DACA so the date is irrelevant, once your I-94 "expires" it doesn't mean you're illegally here. You're legal as long as your DACA is valid.

Some people who came here in the U.S without inspection use that I-94 to prove that they entered the U.S legally and if they are married they can get a green card

So that means they stamp on passport or on the Ap?

Malign0n 03-20-2016 07:15 PM

Re: Advance parole and stamp
 
Both.

manga1 03-20-2016 07:16 PM

Re: Advance parole and stamp
 
^ Thank you so much. I was thinking that is the visa that they issue.


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