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GYnot

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    New York

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    California Service Center
  • Country
    Colombia

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  1. I called USCIS today and asked about this because the AP expired with the boy out of the country. They suggested I contact the embassy and that they might be able to get a visa in place because he's in a process of getting a green card. Going to figure out if that's possible.
  2. Can an expired advanced parole document be renewed? If so, how does one do that?
  3. He does not have a valid green card. We have filed his adjustment of status paperwork and are waiting on his green card. His mother has her green card and we have filed to have her conditions removed.
  4. Ok, so his advanced parole has expired. What do I do to extend it? Can it be extended? Tony
  5. My step son entered the country about a year after his mother. He has advance parole from adjustment of status and is waiting on his interview. She is in the process of removing the conditions on her green card with an I-751. Her green card has expired and she has gotten the NOA from USCIS that extends her expired green card for 18 months. His advanced parole card expired on the same date as her green card expired. My question is, does the same NOA extend his advanced parole also?
  6. They missed the flight. Since then the documents have been found. Trying to stay calm, and take deep breaths. T
  7. Update: I called about the possibility of rescheduling. The officer who answered said he could put in a request to reschedule, but it was not cerain it would be processed in time to move the interview. He strongly suggested that I go and explain. I did and go my reschedule. No idea when, and this is a one time only event. Miss the next one and our application is denied.
  8. Moosy, I recognize what we did was risky as... well frack. When I tell you that I was so upset about my wife taking him back that it casued significant marital strain that is no exaggeration. We got lucky. I do NOT suggest anyone follow our path. I am certain there was a large chance this was going to blow up in our faces, and we just got lucky.
  9. My step son (9 years old) is scheduled on the 28th to have an interview for his green card. It's quite likely that he may not be able to present for this interview. Th interview is only 6 days from now. What is the process for rescheduling the interview? Tony
  10. My wife is visiting her mother in Colombia. She and her son are scheduled to return on the Feb 26th. She has a conditional green card, he has advance parole noted on a wok authorization card. She is currently unable to find either card. What are her options? I don't believe thy have been stolen. How can she travel, can she?
  11. My son came to the US after his mother. He was listed on her I-485. So he doesn't have a case number for the I-485 as she does. He entered we applied for a I-765 and I-131 for him and have since received the authorization card for him. His mother has her Green Card. He's 9 years old. Will he be required to go to an interview? Should we be expecting notification about his interview? On June 1st I got a notification that an action had occurred on her I-485 case, but the tracking number was listed as unavailable, and has remained the same since that date. The email suggested a document change. I'm just not sure what to expect. A date for his interview, or a green card for him based on his mother's green card. Anyone have any idea how this works? Tony
  12. Just an update.. about a month ago I got notified that AP and Permission to Work have both been awarded. About two weeks ago the card came in the mail. So having left the country for an 8 year old who had an application for advanced parole did not stop his paperwork from being processed. we still have an interview to go through and a green card to acquire but so far it’s not been an impediment. Boy am I surprised...
  13. Trust me, I didn't want to be in this position, and I wouldn't recommend it for anyone and based on what was said to me here, I was astounded when my lawyer suggested we might still be able to follow up on this process. I absolutely will keep people updated on what happens. That's why I replied here to start with.
  14. So all I can tell you is what my lawyer, told me. That yes USCI is slow, that the likelihood of him getting the advanced parole processed was high, and that it was likely he would be able to reenter with that document. That filing for the Advanced Parole was practically a certain thing and that given the current delays they are handling them more casually. The approval arrived yesterday, and I'm certainly going to try and bring him back into the country with it. What happens next is something of a ####### shoot, but the alternative is to start the 14 month process all over again and pay the price of all that process again. If they fail to approve his AOSM we may have to do all that, but it feels reasonable to try and continue the process.
  15. So all I can tell you is what my lawyer, told me. That yes USCI is slow, that the likelihood of him getting the advanced parole processed was high, and that it was likely he would be able to reenter with that document. That filing for the Advanced Parole was practically a certain thing and that given the current delays they are handling them more casually. The approval arrived yesterday, and I'm certainly going to try and bring him back into the country with it. What happens next is something of a ####### shoot, but the alternative is to start the 14 month process all over again and pay the price of all that process again. If they fail to approve his AOSM we may have to do all that, but it feels reasonable to try and continue the process.
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