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Re-Applying for EAD and Travel Permit

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Hi there -

 

I'm a bit lost.  My husband is from Canada and last October we received his EAD and Travel Permit card.  We are now re-applying for the EAD as it will expire here in four months and his AOS is still pending.  While looking through the previous documents we filed, I came across our Application for Travel Document (I-131), can anyone assist me in letting us know if this will need to be re-applied for too, along with the EAD application again? His current EAD says it "Serves as I-512 Advance Parole" but I would assume it would expire when the EAD does as well?

 

My apologies if this is already listed somewhere, I'm not too savvy in searching for things on forums!

 

Thanks so much in advance!

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If it's expire in 4 months then it's way too early to file for renewal. Just saying.

 

 


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4 minutes ago, Roel said:

If it's expire in 4 months then it's way too early to file for renewal. Just saying.

 

 

We called last week and they told us that we could re-apply up to 120 days prior to expiration.  They told us they were backed up with at least a year's worth of applications so we would need to re-apply.

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On 6/9/2018 at 11:14 AM, SydMayMac said:

Hi there -

 

I'm a bit lost.  My husband is from Canada and last October we received his EAD and Travel Permit card.  We are now re-applying for the EAD as it will expire here in four months and his AOS is still pending.  While looking through the previous documents we filed, I came across our Application for Travel Document (I-131), can anyone assist me in letting us know if this will need to be re-applied for too, along with the EAD application again? His current EAD says it "Serves as I-512 Advance Parole" but I would assume it would expire when the EAD does as well?

 

My apologies if this is already listed somewhere, I'm not too savvy in searching for things on forums!

 

Thanks so much in advance!

Yes he needs to renew advance parole too. 

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