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After my wife receives AOS travel document

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Norway
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You mean the AP? There's no firm rule. Up to six months should be fine, more than six months will raise suspicion, more than a year she'll probably be in trouble.

You mean the AP? There's no firm rule. Up to six months should be fine, more than six months will raise suspicion, more than a year she'll probably be in trouble.

Also remember that she needs to be able to return for the GC interview, if she gets one.


If it isn't difficult, it isn't worth it.

 

K1 process

9/24/15: I129f sent

9/30/15: NOA1

11/2/15: NOA2

Delayed processing due to work

3/15/16: Medical

4/28/16: Interview (approved)

Delayed entry due to work

8/12/16: POE Detroit

 

9/4/16: Wedding!

 

AOS process:

9/9/16: I485/I131/I765 sent

9/14/16: Received 3xNOAs by text/e-mail (day 2)

9/14-18/16: Received 3xpaper NOAs 

9/23/16: Received biometrics appointment letter (day 11)

10/3/16: Biometrics appointment (day 19)

11/4/16: EAD+AP approved (day 53)

11/16/16: EAD status changed to card shipped (day 65)

11/17/16: EAD/AP combo card received (day 66)

12/30/16: Notice of interview scheduled (day 109)

2/1/17: AOS interview (day 142) - APPROVED

2/8/17: GC received (day 150)

 

ROC process:

11/3/2018: ROC window opens

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I returned earlier this month from a three month trip overseas and it was no hassle. I travelled with my husband and daughter (both U.S. citizens). We were told to all join the visitors line, which we did. We were then called by an agent who scanned all three passports, then sent us with another agent who took us to secondary processing. It took us about half of an hour to get out as there was only one officer working in the room at that time. The only question I was asked was if it was my first time travelling on AP, to which I told her yes. She then stamped the paroled stamp in my passport with the date September 2017 on it.

Hope my experience helps.

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China
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~Moved from WST-based AOS to Working & Traveling During US Immigration Forum~

~Inquiry about AP~


Completed: K1/K2 (271 days) - AOS/EAD/AP (134 days) - ROC (279 days)

"Si vis amari, ama" - Seneca

 

 

 

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Russia
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How long/ what is the maximum that she is allowed to visit her family during a single trip? 1 month? 2?

My parents just got back from a 2 month visit. no problems no questions.

harry

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