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Applied for the I-131 travel document

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Thanks  to you all for your best advice on our last question regarding employment card we received our EAD Card in the mail.Now i want to know if anybody knows when are likely to receive the i-131 travel document as up till now nothing has been heard of our application

We submitted both forms on 23rd June i don;t know if anyone has been on this before we would appropriate your positive answer and thank you as well.

Please thanks for your time on this issue we appreciate your answers 

 

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Check the lower right hand side of the EAD. Does it say "Serves As I-512 Advance Parole" on there? If so, that's your Advance Parole travel document.


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If you applied for both at the same time then you should have received a combo card with the wording at the bottoms that says "serves as i-512 Advance Parole". If your EAD does not say that then your AP should arrive later on, usually takes between 3 to 6 ish (or more) months from the moment you filed for it.

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3 hours ago, Sunnyland said:

If you applied for both at the same time then you should have received a combo card with the wording at the bottoms that says "serves as i-512 Advance Parole". If your EAD does not say that then your AP should arrive later on, usually takes between 3 to 6 ish (or more) months from the moment you filed for it.

Thank you so much for your time i appreciate your news i will receive the mail next week as it was just mailed out last week i will get in touch as soon as i recived it thanks 

3 hours ago, HK12 said:

Check the lower right hand side of the EAD. Does it say "Serves As I-512 Advance Parole" on there? If so, that's your Advance Parole travel document.

Thanks for your time i will check and advice 

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