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I have recently traveled on advanced parole to Canada. Upon my return into USA, the immigrantion officials took me to their office and took some fingerprints and let me in.I went to canada by air and came back via the rainbow bridge in Niagara Falls.The immigration officer attached a paper to my passport which states that it is valid for one year and that I will have to surrender the paper whenever I leave the USA and get another one on my return.I'm not sure if this is the process for just Canada or all counties. And why does its say single ise parole on it when I already have an advanced parole  with multiple entries permission . Does anyone have any information on this that can help me understand better. Please let me know

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56 minutes ago, Sam13 said:

I have recently traveled on advanced parole to Canada. Upon my return into USA, the immigrantion officials (IO from the US or Canada?) took me to their office and took some fingerprints and let me in.I went to canada by air and came back via the rainbow bridge in Niagara Falls.The immigration officer attached a paper to my passport which states that it is valid for one year and that I will have to surrender the paper whenever I leave the USA and get another one on my return. (I've never heard of this process; I've been to Niagara Falls, Canada by land and no paperwork or extra process was given.) I'm not sure if this is the process for just Canada or all counties. And why does its say single ise parole on it when I already have an advanced parole  with multiple entries permission . Does anyone have any information on this that can help me understand better. Please let me know

 


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3 hours ago, gypsyqueen said:

officials (IO from the US or Canada?)

Thanks for your response, 

IO from USA, I felt like he didn’t sure about the process, I already Advance Parole I don’t know why did he issue me single parole ? 

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