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Received travel papers but have a question

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Ukraine
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We received our Advanced Parole and it is actually 2 copies of the same document as far as we can tell. Is my wife supposed to travel with both copies, or is one supposed to be a backup copy to be kept safe? Does she have to show it to anyone before leaving the US? Or is it only shown upon her return? We want to make sure we do this correctly so there is no issue with her returning to the US.

Also is there a limitation on how long she can stay abroad before returning (of course keeping in mind the expiration date of her AP)?

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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Yes, you do get two copies of the AP. What you do is take both copies with you when you leave. You don't show them when you leave the country but when you return to the US. Present both copies and they will stamp both copies upon paroling you back into the US. They will give one of the copies back to you and keep one copy for their files. You will then present the stamped AP each time you return to the US while the AP is valid and they will give it back to you.

The AP is valid for multi-re-entries for one year, but that doesn't mean that you are allowed to be outside of the US for the year. Keep any visits outside of the US to 6 months or less and make sure you return while the AP is still valid.

Hope that helps.


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