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Hi,

When applying for adjustment of status, I have noticed that pretty much everyone concurrently files for EAD and AP. I would like to have advance parole so that I can keep with tradition and spend Christmas with the family and new wife in England. It would also be nice to have AP in case of an emergency in the UK. However, surely these aren't valid enough reasons or circumstances that warrant issuance of advance parole? The form also asks for dates of trip out of the US which of course at the time of filing I wouldn't know. What did those who were approved for AP state as their reasons for getting it? What could I write that would allow me AP?

Thank you very much. I think this is what I am most confused about right now with AoS.


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Hi,

When applying for adjustment of status, I have noticed that pretty much everyone concurrently files for EAD and AP. I would like to have advance parole so that I can keep with tradition and spend Christmas with the family and new wife in England. It would also be nice to have AP in case of an emergency in the UK. However, surely these aren't valid enough reasons or circumstances that warrant issuance of advance parole? The form also asks for dates of trip out of the US which of course at the time of filing I wouldn't know. What did those who were approved for AP state as their reasons for getting it? What could I write that would allow me AP?

Thank you very much. I think this is what I am most confused about right now with AoS.

Hi Dan & Aylin

From what I remember I just put to travel home. Most people apply for it as it is included in the cost.

Good luck


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Hi Dan & Aylin

From what I remember I just put to travel home. Most people apply for it as it is included in the cost.

Good luck

Thanks! That's all you put? and it was accepted? What about the dates, can they be estimates 'cause as I said, come filing time I won't even know whether I can go yet and certainly won't know the dates, I just want it just in case.


K1 Timeline

Engaged in Coventry, UK: 7-25-2010

Filed i-129F: 9-23-2010

NOA1: 9-29-2010

NOA2: 2-18-2011 *143 DAYS AFTER NOA1*

NVC Received: 3-4-2011

Consulate Received: 3-8-2011

Interview: 6-6-2011 *APPROVED 251 DAYS AFTER NOA1*

Visa in Hand: 6-10-2011

P.O.E at San Francisco International, CA: 6-23-2011

Marriage in Sunol, CA: 8-18-2011

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I put

In case of family emergencies

Dates to be determined.

They really do not care


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Thanks! That's all you put? and it was accepted? What about the dates, can they be estimates 'cause as I said, come filing time I won't even know whether I can go yet and certainly won't know the dates, I just want it just in case.

I just dug out the form that I completed and I actually didnt complete the box about the proposed travel I left it blank. So I really wouldnt worry too much. I left the date of intended departure blank and put 3 weeks for Expected length of trip.

I hope this helps you.


Sal and Jay




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I put

In case of family emergencies

Dates to be determined.

They really do not care

Exactly the same as Boiler. I think for duration I put "Short trips. 2 wks or less."


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Thanks guys, I'll do the same :thumbs:


K1 Timeline

Engaged in Coventry, UK: 7-25-2010

Filed i-129F: 9-23-2010

NOA1: 9-29-2010

NOA2: 2-18-2011 *143 DAYS AFTER NOA1*

NVC Received: 3-4-2011

Consulate Received: 3-8-2011

Interview: 6-6-2011 *APPROVED 251 DAYS AFTER NOA1*

Visa in Hand: 6-10-2011

P.O.E at San Francisco International, CA: 6-23-2011

Marriage in Sunol, CA: 8-18-2011

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