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6 Days Out of Status - Traveling on AP

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Hi everyone,

I'm just looking for some advice and/or past experiences.

I came to the US from Canada to see my husband on May 21, 2014 and ended up staying. My I-130 was approved while here and I applied for AOS which was received by USCIS on November 26, 2014. This put me out of status for 6 days basically as my passport was stamped with authorized stay until November 20, 2014.

I received my advance parole/EAD combo card in February and am traveling to Toronto next week to file taxes, collect belongings, etc.

My question is if the 6 days out of status will impact me upon reentering and if anyone has any experience using AP with less than 180 days overstay. (I know that is when the 3-year ban is triggered)

Thanks for the help!

Edited by Raeesa

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