I-131 Travel documents...

Old Dec 16th 2004, 5:38 am
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Hi All,
I apply I-131 Travel documents and I have questions.
What's next step I want to do ?
Before leave USA, what's I do ? so I have no trouble whenever reenter
into USA ?

Thanks.
 
Old Dec 16th 2004, 11:39 am
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Well until you receive your I-131 Travel documents in the mail (usually
takes about three months) there is nothing you can do but sit and wait.
I assume you applied for Advance Parole (I-131) with an AOS
application? If you MUST NOT leave the USA before you have your I-131
documents in your possession. You will not be allowed re-entry if you
do so.

J
 
Old Dec 17th 2004, 3:01 am
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Hi Jason,
What's different between I-131 Travel documents and Advance Parole ?
Thanks.
 
Old Dec 17th 2004, 6:22 am
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there is no difference - they're the same thing. The I-131 is simply
the name of the form you use to apply for Advance Parole. You should
check this USCIS page out - it gives lots of info about requirements
for travel to and from the United States:

http://uscis.gov/graphics/services/E...x.htm#Advanced
cheers

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Old Dec 17th 2004, 3:53 pm
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Hi Jason,
Thanks for give me advice, and I check above link it's nice and I got
more information whatever I want.
Once again thanks.
Bhav
 
Old Dec 19th 2004, 3:03 am
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Hi Jason,
Sorry for give you truouble.
I have one more question, what's meaning of Biometrics ?
Thanks.
 
Old Dec 20th 2004, 11:41 am
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hey it's no trouble! Normally biometrics means things like
fingerprints, photos that kind of thing. Anything pertaining to you
physically that the INS can use to identify you.
hope that helps

Jason
 
Old Dec 22nd 2004, 2:31 am
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Hi Jason,
I have questin related vaccination.........
I have right now on K-3 visa and I applied permanent resident status
adjustment. I required vaccination right so how many times I want to
take vaccination ? I already took one time and that time nurse tell me
that you want to take three times, this is right or not ?

Thanks.
 
Old Dec 22nd 2004, 3:13 am
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a K3?? If you're on a K3 you don't need any travel documents/Advance
Parole?? A K3 visa permits you multiple entries to and from the United
States so you can leave and come back as often as you like? Check this
link out:

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/in...?pg=compare#k3

As to the vaccinations you need to find a list of the required
vaccinations - the official one is here:

http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dq/pdf/ti-03/tbl1-cs-clrd.pdf

I don't know why the nurse said you have to take one three times - you
just need to make sure you have had all the required shots and have
proof of these so you can get the vaccination supplement signed and
sealed. You should have had all your vaccinations done and sent in the
signed and sealed vaccination supplement with your AOS application
though...?

Here is a good link:
http://www.immigration.com/newsletter/k3visaimp.html

Jase ;-)
 
Old Dec 22nd 2004, 3:52 am
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Originally Posted by Bhav
Hi Jason,
What's different between I-131 Travel documents and Advance Parole ?
Thanks.

There is a big difference. Advance Parole is for people who are pending adjustment of status. Travel Documents are for permanent residents.

A pending adjuster cannot leave the US without first having the A/P on their person. A resident can leave the US without the travel document as long as it has been applied for prior to their leaving.

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Originally Posted by Bhav
Hi Jason,
I have questin related vaccination.........
I have right now on K-3 visa and I applied permanent resident status
adjustment. I required vaccination right so how many times I want to
take vaccination ? I already took one time and that time nurse tell me
that you want to take three times, this is right or not ?

Thanks.

Depends on the vaccine you are needing. Some are a series of innoculations and not a single dose, i.e. Hep B is a series.
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