Advance parole is a document issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), which enables an alien to come back to the U.S. after traveling abroad and preserves the adjustment of status application pending with the USCIS.
The advance parole document is valid for up to one year and, during that period, an alien may make multiple entries into the United States.
When you receive your Advance Parole, please be aware of the validity of the document. Check the expiration date and, if needed, a renewal application can be filed as long as it is at least 90 days before the previously issued advance parole expires.
By doing so, your stay in the United States is lawful while the final review of your case by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is still pending.
If you need more information about the renewal of your Advance Parole, please contact HAYMAN-WOODWARD now.
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