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Employment Authorization and Advance Parole Combo Card confusion

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Hello VisaJourney community,

We just had our AOS interview yesterday and received the Employment Authorization Card for my wife in the mail today. At the bottom of the card is says that this card "serves as I-512 Advance Parole". Is the the combo card that allows her to work in the US and travel outside of the US during the application process for the green card?

We are still waiting for the Green Card, so if she travels outside of the US do we need to inform the USCIS or submit a seperate form? Or can she use her Employment Authorization Card to get back into the US without any problems?

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Yes it is the combo card.

No need to inform anyone.

The card should get her back into the US as long as she never overstayed previous visas by 180 days +, then she might not be admitted and may face a ban.

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