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My wife and I are currently outside the US. MY wife is on advance parole, and it looks like our green card was shipped on November 2nd to our US address per USCIS website. Will she have any problems entering the US without the physical green card in hand? Please advise, thank you.



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no she has her AP

~~moved to working and travelling during immigration from K1 progress reports~~

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She won't have problems traveling back on AP.  However she might have to go through secondary when she comes back, but I consider this just a formality. 


I had exactly the same situation in September and didn't have any trouble at all, just had to go through secondary and we were fine.








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