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Q: Hi My parents 180 day entry on green card will be done in May.due to Covid in India and health can they travel in July

Both parents are over 70 years with heart and diabetic can they postpone travel till July?

Agnes Jury
Agnes Jury answered on Apr 27, 2021

If your parents want to stay longer than their authorized period right now then they should consider applying to extend their status (form I-539). If they stay longer without permission they will start accruing "unlawful presence" which will have negative consequences for them. However,... Read more »

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Q: Extending stay on a visiting visa due to pandemic

My parents are on a visiting visa to the US from India. They got here before the Pandemic started (December 2019) and was not able to travel back once the pandemic started because of their age and the travel risk. We waited for them to get their vaccinations and so had to extend their stay twice.... Read more »

Agnes Jury
Agnes Jury answered on Apr 23, 2021

The biggest risk in applying for a third time is that if your parents have a 10 year visa and their request to extend status is denied then their 10 year visa will be automatically revoked and it may be harder for them to get a new tourist visa in the future. There is no way to predict the odds of... Read more »

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Q: f1 un till April 2022 student had I130 approved F2b category if chose AOS processing vs Consular can he travel Canada?
Agnes Jury
Agnes Jury answered on Mar 24, 2021

The AOS applicant/student would have to submit an application for Advance Parole (form I-131) at the same time as the AOS and wait until the Advance Parole (i.e. permission to travel) is granted BEFORE travelling outside the U.S.

If the AOS applicant/student travels without Advance Parole...
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Q: I applied for my husbad i130 on January 2018,does the immigration ban include him??his case at the NVC

They send an email yesterday saying that they will schedule an appointment for his interview.? Is he allowed to issued a visa??

Kevin L Dixler
Kevin L Dixler answered on Jun 11, 2020

Yes, all immigrant visas that have yet to process at the consulates are suspended until further notice. However, the suspension can be lifted this month depending upon the discretion of the President. The challenge is that the President can limit interviews based upon the current epidemic, so he... Read more »

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