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My wife got her advanced parole in the mail today and next to her picture there is a box that says"National Benefits Center parole Stamp" but the box is empty, theres no stamp. Is this normal or does an Imigration officer put a stamp here when coming back to the US?

Also when traveling overseas, back to her country and elsewhere is there anything else we need besides the advance parole? Her passport expires soon and she will get a new one so do we have to show the old passport with the K-1 visa as well as the new one? Or just the new one wit the advance parole?

Thanks!!!

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K1 Visa

June 15, 2005 - Submited I-129F

June 29, 2005 - Received NOA1

July 09, 2005 - Received NOA2

July 19, 2005 - Package 3

August 18, 2005 - Package 4 with the interview date (october 17, 2005 in Rio)

September 6, 2005 - Medical exam done

October 17, 2005 - Interview date APPROVED!!!

December 2, 2005 - Arrived in the U.S.

December 8, 2005 - MARRIED!!!

AOS

December 23, 2005 Sent completed forms for AOS

Jan 2006 - Checks cashed for AOS

Jan 06, 2006 - Received all 3 NOA's

Feb 16, 2006 - EAD and AP approved

Feb 24th, 2006 - Received AP in the mail

March 18th 2006 - Still no biometrics letter, made infopass

April 11th 2006 EAD Biometrics

April 18th 2006 Received EAD in the mail

May 10th 2006 AOS Biometrics after calling 800 number for 2 months, they claimed letter was returned undeliverable by the post office.

May 25th case transfered to California Service Center

June 5th case received by California Service Center

June 14th - Email that a Greencard was ordered (no interview)

June 17th - Welcome letter comes in the mail

June 19 2006 - Greencard arriives in the mail - WE ARE DONE!!!

Sept 2006 - Passed the road test

October 2006 - First job in U.S.

March 2008 - File I-751 - Biometrics taken

Naturalization

Aug 2010

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Canada
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My wife got her advanced parole in the mail today and next to her picture there is a box that says"National Benefits Center parole Stamp" but the box is empty, theres no stamp. Is this normal or does an Imigration officer put a stamp here when coming back to the US?

Also when traveling overseas, back to her country and elsewhere is there anything else we need besides the advance parole? Her passport expires soon and she will get a new one so do we have to show the old passport with the K-1 visa as well as the new one? Or just the new one wit the advance parole?

Thanks!!!

They will stamp both copies of the AP when you use it for the first time. They will keep one copy and give one back to you.

You only need a valid passport and the AP document to get back in. That being said, if your wife gets a new passport it would probably be a good idea to bring the old one or at least a copy of the ID & visa pages.

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