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Had TPS left the USA and getting ready for IR1 VIsa interview

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I had TPS in the USA .  I had to leave the country due to a Family Emergency ( left with a Parole) and I was not able to come back on time to renew my TPS.  I had to stay back in my home Country  for Three years finishing my three year Bar for entering without inspection.  I just received my interview date and is 4 days before I finish my 3 year bar, I'm trying to reschedule my interview for a later date that way i will have everything in order.  My question is: do I steel need a waiver for EWI or the fact that i already finish my 3 year bar is sufficient? Also when they ask how many times I have been in the US should I include the time I enter without inspection and the other time I enter with Parole?

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