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So, I have received my advanced parole card, is there a limit on how many times I can use it to travel out of the country before I get my greencard? The reason I say this is because I already have a trip planned to Canada over Christmas to visit my family but I've also been talking to some friends the past few days and I'd like to travel to Canada at the end of october to visit them.

Do you guys think that could cause any problems?

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Much as I'd really like to, I've resisted travelling even to Canada. My EAD/AP came with a notice saying readmittance wasn't guaranteed on it - so I've been waiting for the green card. My EAD/AP came mid August, green card was approved today - so your process might not take long!

Good luck.

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FWIW, readmittance is only guaranteed for USCs. it's not something to be worried about unless you are up to something nefarious :)


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Much as I'd really like to, I've resisted travelling even to Canada. My EAD/AP came with a notice saying readmittance wasn't guaranteed on it - so I've been waiting for the green card. My EAD/AP came mid August, green card was approved today - so your process might not take long!

Good luck.

your entry is never guaranteed unless you're a citizen or resident but that doesn't mean they're just going to randomly deny you entry. I mean, I've traveled to the US from Canada a bunch of times as a visitor and I've never been denied entry. I know there's always the risk but I feel like they just say that because they're covering their butts if they suspect funny business or something.

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