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Part 7. Complete Only If Applying for Advance Parole, it asks about how many trips you intend to make, well, at this moment in time I haven't got any trips out of the country planned, but we do have an internal flight booked in February to visit family but internal flights within the US are fine.
 

Not sure what it is asking regards writing on a separate sheet of paper explaining how you qualify for Advance Parole Document? I suppose writing something like, if a family member was ill and I needed to go back to see them perhaps? 

So is ticking one of the "One Trip box" or "More than one trip" box needed to continue, even if I do not know if I ever will travel outside the US or not?

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1 hour ago, Mr J said:

Part 7. Complete Only If Applying for Advance Parole, it asks about how many trips you intend to make, well, at this moment in time I haven't got any trips out of the country planned, but we do have an internal flight booked in February to visit family but internal flights within the US are fine.
 

Not sure what it is asking regards writing on a separate sheet of paper explaining how you qualify for Advance Parole Document? I suppose writing something like, if a family member was ill and I needed to go back to see them perhaps? 

So is ticking one of the "One Trip box" or "More than one trip" box needed to continue, even if I do not know if I ever will travel outside the US or not?

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The I131 Form is a form that is filled out by every different type of immigrant you can imagine. Most have entered illegally or have been in the US for years and have not left because they can't as they risk being unable to return. Being able to leave the US is the ultimate immigration benefit for them. If you think about that while reading through every question it may help you to understand where the question is coming from and whether how you, as a K1, answer it really matters.

Applying for Advance Parole is routine for K1 Visa Holders. We are not scrutinized nor are we limited to the reasons "why" would be using the AP document or "how many times". 

The "how many trips" question is irrelevant to us as K1's. They are not giving us a single time pass to get back into the US. You CAN answer it, to your advantage however.

 

Please read the following thread that is relevant to K1s filing the I131:

https://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/415600-form-i-131-part-7/

 

A lot of the questions you are asking have been posted many times on VJ. I found the above answer for you by doing a search in the VJ search box for "I131 Part 7" and also googled the same.

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